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Unread 07-01-2022, 07:56 AM
waynes ear's
 
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Morning fellow stonk watchers, whats your picks for this year?
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 08:50 AM
silv
 
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Tesla, Apple and Bitcoin
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 09:12 AM
Switching Off
 
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Vanguard LifeStrategies 100% again. 19.15% last year for doing nothing.
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 09:23 AM
Harry Flashman
 
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Vanguard LifeStrategies 100% again. 19.15% last year for doing nothing.

Which fund do you use?
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 09:30 AM
My Name is Heath
 
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Vanguard LifeStrategies 100% again. 19.15% last year for doing nothing.
I might try that

Have a little bit of bunce lying around doing nothing until I decide what to do with my life.

Happy Corbin >>> Sad Corbin
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 09:43 AM
Coracao
 
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I might try that

Have a little bit of bunce lying around doing nothing until I decide what to do with my life.

Happy Corbin >>> Sad Corbin
Have a look at Fundsmith, generally outperforms Vanguard
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 09:47 AM
believe
 
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I might try that

Have a little bit of bunce lying around doing nothing until I decide what to do with my life.

Happy Corbin >>> Sad Corbin
Clear your inbox
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 10:07 AM
My Name is Heath
 
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Have a look at Fundsmith, generally outperforms Vanguard
Cheers mate, will do.

Whilst I am not working, any extra income is much needed/appreciated.

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Clear your inbox
Thank you chief - have done.
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 10:17 AM
Bunker Buster
 
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Feet pics - only fans.

££££
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 10:28 AM
TheNew
 
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Supposed to be getting a bonus of about £3k of Live Nation shares in March. Going to flog them straigh away of course as we need a new kitchen.
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 10:29 AM
Seamus
 
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deal me in
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 10:30 AM
measlyshark
 
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Vanguard LifeStrategies 100% again. 19.15% last year for doing nothing.
This.

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Have a look at Fundsmith, generally outperforms Vanguard
Does it (genuine question), got some in Scottish Mortgage in a SIPP I'm thinking of moving. Is it a S&S ISA or other vehicles available?
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 10:42 AM
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I might try that

Have a little bit of bunce lying around doing nothing until I decide what to do with my life.

Happy Corbin >>> Sad Corbin
Vanguard are very good at what they do, but what I would say about the VLS range is that there is an overweighting to UK equities. This could be a good or bad thing over the next couple of years, nobody knows, but they aren't truly passive.

I use HSBC All World Index for my core global passive equity exposure because it allocates strictly to market capitalisation and includes emerging markets.
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 11:19 AM
Switching Off
 
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Which fund do you use?
Vanguard LifeStrategies 100% Acc.

Buy it on Vangiards platform for the cheapest fees.

Fundsmith is decent. His annual letters are usually a good read.
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 11:19 AM
My Name is Heath
 
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Vanguard are very good at what they do, but what I would say about the VLS range is that there is an overweighting to UK equities. This could be a good or bad thing over the next couple of years, nobody knows, but they aren't truly passive.

I use HSBC All World Index for my core global passive equity exposure because it allocates strictly to market capitalisation and includes emerging markets.
Thanks tatty - I appreciate all that.

I take everything back. Youíre a good guy. Unless the markets tank in which case youíre worse than Hitler.
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 11:21 AM
redhegemony
 
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Vanguard LifeStrategies 100% Acc.

Buy it on Vangiards platform for the cheapest fees.

Fundsmith is decent. His annual letters are usually a good read.
what percent shares to bonds?
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 11:22 AM
measlyshark
 
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Vanguard LifeStrategies 100% Acc.

Buy it on Vangiards platform for the cheapest fees.

Fundsmith is decent. His annual letters are usually a good read.
If you go down the Vanguard route, go via the FCA approved weblink. There are a lot of clone sites around ripping people off.

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what percent shares to bonds?
The clue is in the name...
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 11:25 AM
Switching Off
 
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Does it (genuine question), got some in Scottish Mortgage in a SIPP I'm thinking of moving. Is it a S&S ISA or other vehicles available?
Scottish Mortgage had a stellar 2020, I'd definitely have been taking a decent profit last year. Depends on the size of your holding but I'd be looking to sell about 40-50% to bag some of that profit and stick it into Vanguard.

 
Unread 07-01-2022, 11:25 AM
redhegemony
 
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If you go down the Vanguard route, go via the FCA approved weblink. There are a lot of clone sites around ripping people off.



The clue is in the name...


and what type of account is it stocks and shares? personal pension?
 
Unread 07-01-2022, 11:25 AM
Hyman_Roth
 
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What does a typical pension pot need to be to be able to retire?

I realise it depends on what you spend per annum but just some general rules.

Iím absolutely clueless with this shit as itís never interested me. I need to become interested now I guess.
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