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Rising inflation has the potential to derail global bond markets. That has major implications for your portfolio, which will unfold over the coming months and years. But what if you want to bet directly on bond markets falling? How can you do it – and what do you need to be aware of if you do?
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In 2015, then-chancellor George Osborne popped the buy-to-let bubble. By 2017, the UK housing market - and London in particular - was starting to run out of steam...
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Exclusive 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 MoneyWeek, we’ve said that gold provides insurance for your portfolio. Most people should probably allocate around 5%-15% of their portfolios to gold or gold-related investments. So the follow-up question is: how should you invest in gold? Read how in this free article.