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Invest by direct debit: why the drip, drip, drip approach works

Is there space in your monthly budget for a regular investment?  There are a lot of benefits to the drip-feed approach. Here’s why it is time to invest by direct debit. It’s not long since you needed a large chunk of cash to start investing.  That’s changed now, and Moneycube can arrange investments from €250 … Continued

What do recent market moves mean for your investment portfolio?

It’s been a rough few weeks for investors focused on growth stocks, especially early-stage technology companies. But what does that mean for your investments as a whole, and what are the prospects for the year ahead? Here are three lessons from the change in sentiment. 1. Investing in fast growth is slow work Firstly, let’s … Continued

AMRF changes – what’s happening?

There’s no doubt that the Irish pensions landscape could benefit from being simpler. So the abolition of Approved Minimum Retirement Funds, or AMRFs from 1 January 2022 is broadly to be welcomed. But what does it mean if you’re approaching retirement, or if you already have an AMRF?  We’ve set out the main considerations for … Continued

5 ideas to make the most of your finances in 2022

Whether you’re in a new job, recovery mode, or looking for new ways to maximise the extra cash you’re saving, we can help you sort your finances in 2022. Take stock of what you’ve got Last year was a great time to be invested.  For Euro-based investors, global markets rose by more than 27%. There … Continued

What will drive markets in 2022?

Predictions are hard – especially about the future, goes the old adage.  But many of the factors that drove a 27% return in developed markets for the first 11 months of 2021 are still with us going into 2022. So what should investors look out for in the markets in 2022?  Here are five trends … Continued

KBC investments are on the way out. What are the alternatives?

KBC investments are disappearing from the Irish landscape.  The bank is heading for the exit, and people in Ireland who have invested their savings with them have decisions to make. If you have a regular or lump sum investment with KBC Bank, what should you do? We outline your options. This article is on regular … Continued