- The highest returns on your investment and low costs
- A tailored service that doesn’t lock you in
- Transparent advice that is demonstrably in your best interest
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We are passionate about passive investment and index funds.
Whilst recognising that individual and complex situations can require different solutions, we know that for many of our clients a passive, evidence based approach to investing works.
As passive investment managers for many of our clients, our aim is to closely match the performance of a market by following - or tracking - an investment index, such as the FTSE 100.
Passive investments are sometimes called index funds or tracker funds.
Their objective is to match a specific index, rather than trying to beat it. After all, it is unwise and unprofitable to try and out think or guess the stock market.
In fact, 97.8% of passive investment funds beat active investment funds that try to play the market, net of fees and charges.
As passive investment managers we buy and hold all, or a representative sample, of the securities in an index.
The advantage of this approach for you is that it spreads your risk widely within a market, avoiding the losses that can follow a dramatic decline in any one specific company or sector.
Passive investing keeps costs as low as possible, which has a dramatic and positive effect on your returns.
Passive investing means using evidence, and a Nobel prize-winning theory to get better outcomes.
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