Over the years, the SIPPclub blog has featured a number of articles on passive investing, which we have pleasure in presenting to you below.
Arguably, the best place to begin is to watch the video below to discover why most passive funds will almost always out-perform most active funds, in an enlightening programme called Passive Investing: The Evidence the Fund Management Industry Would Prefer You Not to See.
The Simple Reason Passives Produce Better Results
In 2008, Warren Buffett bet one million dollars that passives would beat the best hedge fund managers over 10 years and he’s well ahead to date: watch the video below to discover the reason why "doing nothing" consistently beats active fund management.
Discover Why Index Tracker Funds Are So Popular
The increased popularity of index-tracker funds has put the cost of actively managed funds under greater scrutiny, particularly if you pay an adviser as well.
How To Profit From Passive Investing In The UK
If you’re looking for a simple investment strategy that’ll give you a good chance of beating the average fund manager, passive investing might well be for you.
Investing Demystified: The Easy Way To Success
Don’t spend your time worrying whether you can beat the markets: you don’t need to beat them to be a successful investor. Investing Demystified could help you generate superior returns for your SIPP.
Why Active Funds Fail When Markets Fall In Value
Financial Express data reveals that active funds haven’t protected investors as effectively as passive funds when stockmarkets fall.
Experts Who Advocate Passive Index Funds
For their low cost and simplicity, many investors are switching to passive index funds, including a number of experts who are famous for their active investment success.
The Tracker Battle: ETFs Or Index Funds?
Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and Index Funds are both types of index trackers, so it’s worth understanding all about them to establish which tracker type is likely to be better for you.
How To Profit From Passives Like A Billionaire
What's the simplest financial investment? For the answer, see what Warren Buffett has to say on the subject of passives.
AJ Bell Is Often The Best Value SIPP For Stockmarket Assets
Over time, charges can wipe out a huge part of your fund. We like AJ Bell because there are no set-up costs. If you hold passive funds, which is our preference, or shares, investment trusts, EFTs, gilts or bonds, you pay one small fixed fee no matter how large your fund. And when you come to draw your benefits either as occasional drawdown or UFPLS payments, there's a small charge for the whole year no matter how many times you access your money (many SIPP and SSAS providers charge more than this for each payment). However, you should always compare charges in detail, because AJ Bell could be more expensive than other providers, depending on the type of stockmarket assets you hold.
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