What is a cash ISA?
Cash Individual Savings Accounts are very simple. They’re available to UK residents aged at least...
With ISA season now beginning, many investors will be looking at their portfolios and deciding where to invest their money this year. But how often should you be checking on your investments? Is once a year enough?
In December, we asked FundCalibre visitors how often they reviewed their portfolios. Surprisingly, more than half of respondents (56%) said they check their investments at least monthly. This suggests to us that FundCalibre visitors may be more engaged than the average investor.
If you are investing for the long term, and review your portfolio less often, it’s not a problem though. Reviewing once or twice a year can be more than enough to make sure you are on track to reach your goals.
* Based on feedback from 78 FundCalibre visitors from 02/12/15 – 31/12/15