self-invested private pension (Sipp) runs out too soon.
Mr Mohamed initially employed a financial adviser but decided to handle his investments himself because of “excessive” management fees.
Half his portfolio is invested in government bonds from around the world, with the remainder in a array of funds (see table, below).
“My investment plan was rather plausible,” he explained.
“I consider the broader geopolitical landscape and monitor Western,…
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