We talk to Money Observer's Faith Glasgow and Kyle Caldwell about our sister magazine's 40-year history and how things have changed, from the popularity of investment trusts, to the growth of passive investments.
In Interactive Investor's latest podcast, host Richard Hunter, Head of Markets at interactive investor, talks to Money Observer Editor Faith Glasgow and Deputy Editor Kyle Caldwell about our sister magazine's 40-year history and how things have changed, from the rising sums invested in investment trusts, to the growth of passive investments.
Highlights of the October issue include a focus on 40 ways to be a better investor, and the 10 golden rules of investing, as well as an article from Share Sleuth Richard Beddard, whose portfolio is 10 years old and has grown in value by more than 300%, from £30,000 to over £120,000.
Money Observer's 40th birthday anniversary issue comes out next week - on Thursday 26 September.
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