Cookies on the Investment International website
We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on this website. However, if you would like to, you can change your cookie settings at any time.
Continue

New to Investment International?

Welcome, and thank you for visiting our website.

Investment International is the leading publication for investors interested in the world of international investment.

Our aim is to give you intelligent commentary on the most important financial stories, and help you to profit from them. If you've enjoyed what you've read so far why not sign up for our FREE investment alert.

Every week the Investment International team sends out a hard-hitting newsletter packed with news and analysis of the top stories this week plus the best investment opportunities on the market. We always look at the bigger picture like the Eurozone Crisis, and explain how this will affect YOUR investments.


Ask me later
No thanks

International Share Dealing

International Share Dealing Image

International Share Dealing allows you to trade in seven of the worlds major markets from the comfort of your own home. Common attributes include:

•    Accessing your account online and trade on the markets in London, New York, Frankfurt, Milan, Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels.

•    Flat commission rates - UK stocks £10 per trade, US stocks £15 per trade and Euro stocks £15 (Max 10,000 Euros per deal).  

•    You won't get stung with expensive currency conversion charge as you have a single £ sterling denominated account.

•    Free access to online tools to help you choose your shares.

What kind of investment house will benefit during the current turmoil?
The most likely candidates are companies with a full product range, which are at an advantage in what they can offer. When it comes to the debate about active verses passive investing, it’s a bit like podium politics – you know both sides have to take an entrenched position, partly for appearances, and there is usually a third way.

International Share Dealing is an important component of Investment Banking, and helps gage a deeper understanding of major industries today. As the prospect of a protracted economic slowdown becomes more likely, we may well see the focus turn once more to active management. With the relative outperformance of active to passive, passive investors may find themselves rethinking their exposure to indices and start looking more at active approaches. For example the last bear market offered several hiding places for active managers in defensive stocks and as these same islands of defensive stocks were already going cheaply they did not have much room to head further down. This time around the sheer breadth of the market fall means there are very few hiding places for the long-only manager.



Market research from Internaxx November 2009 PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 16 October 2009 12:18

This section is brought to you by the Luxembourg based online broker Internaxx. Market analysis is provided by Fortis Investments, the asset management arm of the BNP Paribas group.

Read more...
 
Market research from Internaxx October 2009 PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 October 2009 10:28

This section is brought to you by the Luxembourg based online broker Internaxx. Market analysis is provided by Fortis Investments, the asset management arm of the BNP Paribas Fortis Investments group.

Read more...
 
Better to tidy up than leave a mess PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 October 2009 10:34

Making a case for estate planning to protect your loved ones
            
By Martin Crawford, CEO, Labuan International Business and Financial Centre

Nobody likes to clean up after a riotous party or a sad ending that leaves behind monumental headaches which could take years to resolve. Two of the most famous examples of the latter must be the late ex-Playboy bunny and model, Anna Nicole Smith, who battled for 14 years over her late second husband’s estate before she herself succumbed two years ago; and the convolutions of Michael Jackson’s financial affairs promise to be as headline grabbing as his colourful life was.

Read more...
 
Market research from Internaxx September 2009 PDF Print
Friday, 28 August 2009 12:26
This section is brought to you by the Luxembourg based online broker Internaxx. Market analysis is provided by Fortis Investments, the asset management arm of the BNP Paribas / Fortis Investments group.
 
Recovery sustainability remains in question
Source: Fortis Investments

A number of voices are starting to suggest that the global recession is over. Although the US economy shrank again in the second quarter, growth accelerated in China, while a number of other Asian economies registered impressive growth figures after heavy declines in previous quarters. The eurozone economy shrank overall in the second quarter, but more encouraging was that the German and French economies grew slightly over this period.
Read more...
 
<< Start < Prev 1 2 Next > End >>

Page 1 of 2

Most Read

Latest Guides

New Build UK Student Investment
New Build UK Student Investment
Download

UK Airport Car Park Investment
UK Airport Car Park Investment
Download

UK Airport Car Park Investment
Hever Hotel
Download

Holiday Home Rental Guide
Holiday Home Rental
Download

Investing in Buy-to-let
Investing in buy-to-let
Download

Investing in buy-to-let
Investing in buy-to-let
Download

Discover the real power behind your pension
Hever Hotel
Download

Self Invested Personal Pension Guide for UK Expatriates
key
Download

Offshore Banking Guide
Offshore banking Guide 2010-2011
Download
Pension Planning Guide
International Pension Planning Guide 2010-2011
Download
Eurozone Crisis
Eurozone Crisis Report 2010-2011
Download
Tax Guide
International Tax Guide 2010-2011
Download
Follow us on Twitter
Find us on Facebook