June 1, 2017 - 9:00am | Ceri Jones
Threat to dividend payouts and a stronger pound mean income investors should be looking beyond the UK.

Time to expand your horizons

Our new £100,000 hypothetical portfolio launches in the eye of the stock market storms. Mick Gilligan, director of 
fund research at private client stockbrokers Killik & Co, explains the thinking behind 
the selections for his proposed portfolio to Helen Pridham

Flight to safety amid turbulance

Fate of Icesave customers concentrates minds on protection, says Sylvia Morris

A crash course in strategy

Barry Riley explains why, of all the asset classes, equities remain the best long-term performers

Sleeping giant awakens

We are in the midst of a seismic upheaval in the global financial system and a nasty recession looms. The collapse of US bank Lehman Brothers as we went to press last month was dramatic, but it pales into insignificance compared with events over the ensuing five weeks. The law of unintended consequences, a direct result of allowing Lehman Brothers to go to the wall, has been applied to devastating effect, with some savers and all equity investors losing big time.

Postpone and prosper

Pension deferral can be a worthwhile exercise if you have other income options after you reach state pension age, says Faith Glasgow