Charlie Morris: the future of investing is digital

In the first part of our interview with new MoneyWeek writer Charlie Morris, we found out about his time growing up in Hong Kong, his army training, and the time the Prince of Wales wanted to get in his bath. Today,…

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Charlie Morris: absolute returns and bathing with royalty

Today we’ve got the first part of an interview with regular MoneyWeek contributor Charlie Morris, who’s currently working with us on a major new project (more on that later this week). Below, Charlie talks about growing up in Hong Kong,…

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A beginner’s guide to investing in gold

Gold can be a very useful way to diversify your portfolio. It’s relatively rare, and its value often doesn’t move in line with other assets such as equities or property. At Capital & Conflict, we’ve said that gold provides insurance…

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Why you should buy gold sovereigns

At Capital & Conflict, we’re long-standing fans of investing in gold. We think it’s a great way to provide insurance against any future financial crisis. Or inflation. If you want a truly diversified portfolio, invest some of your assets in…

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How and where to buy gold coins and bars

We have compiled a directory of leading gold brokers where you can buy gold bullion, coins and bars online, over the phone or even in branch. New to gold or would like to learn more? Read our beginner’s guide to…

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My favourite way to buy silver

Last Friday, we looked at The best assets to own as Europe breaks up. I said I thought you should hold precious metals and singled out silver. Today I’ll show you a great way to buy it. Like gold, silver…

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How to buy gold bullion

There are many ways to invest in gold, from exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to gold stocks, but the simplest way is to just buy physical gold – or bullion – outright. But what’s the best way to invest in gold bullion? We…

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Cost/income ratio

The cost-to-income ratio is a key financial measure, particularly important in valuing banks. It shows a company’s costs in relation to its income. To get the ratio, divide the operating costs (administrative and fixed costs, such as salaries and property…

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