Funds & ETFs 

Put satellites in your Isa

Put satellites in your Isa

If you've worked out your core allocation to mainstream assets such as equities and bonds you may want to allocate a small portion of your individual savings account (Isa), perhaps 5-10 per cent, to more unusual areas. This can provide some added return and reduce risk through diversification. This method of portfolio construction is known as 'core and satellite' investing.

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