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Ascentric predicts snap election will prolong ETF demand

Ascentric is predicting the increased demand for exchange-traded funds to continue in light of this week’s snap election announcement as it reports a cumulative £0.5m boost to clients’ portfolios from exchange traded instruments through its stockbroking service. Prime Minister Theresa May proposed a snap election on 18 April, which MPs approved in a vote the following […]

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Making the jump from coaching to mentoring

A few years ago, I unintentionally mentored two people. I made a conscious effort to mentor a third after that. I found it an extremely rewarding experience. But looking back, I think I might have confused coaching with mentoring. Professional coaches and mentors distinguish between the two as follows: coaching involves a shorter-term strengthening of an […]

The Great British Break-Off

Despite predictions that a vote to leave the European Union would result in an economic apocalypse, UK equities have shown the market equivalent of a stiff upper lip: bouncing back, keeping calm, and carrying on. Although the road towards Brexit remains clouded in uncertainty, UK equities offer a range of opportunities to investors seeking returns […]

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