Investors are spoilt for choice when it comes to robo-advisers – also known as digital wealth managers. David Stevenson looks at what’s available, and how they differ.
Alternative finance is the 21st century internet alternative to traditional banks. It includes peer to peer (P2P) lending and crowdfunding. There are plenty of opportunities for smart investors to profit. And while it may carry more risk than some other forms of investing, the potential returns are huge.
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Young alternative-investment platform WiseAlpha has come up with a different way of attracting investors. David C Stevenson explains.
Innovative Finance Isas are finally beginning to take off , with several launched since the start of the new tax year. However, the same can’t be said for P2P investments in Sipps. Here’s why.
The fintech revolution has made it easy to copy how others like you are investing. But it’s not always a good idea, says David C Stevenson.
John Stepek looks at how the main asset price charts are faring ahead of the weekend, starting with bitcoin’s recent meteoric rise.
Companies can now raise funds by issuing their own digital currencies. Ben Judge explains how initial coin offerings work.
A new EU rule means we will soon have a wider choice of smartphone payment apps allowing us to transfer money to friends and contacts.
Bitcoin has hit a record high against the dollar. And it’s not finished yet. Dominic Frisby explains its real potential, and why it’s got a lot further to go.
Taavet Hinrikus, cofounder of P2P money transfer service TransferWise, explains how Brexit could affect the fintech sector – a hugely important industry for Britain.
Many of us haven’t got the time, knowledge or the disposition to pick great funds on a regular basis. The answer could be to look at the fast-growing “robo-advice” sector.
There’s a civil war brewing over the future of bitcoin that could lead to a “fork” – two separate currencies running on separate versions of the underlying software, operating by different rules.