Lookback: The Which way

Apples and oranges: Which displays confusion over structured products

Structured products can be confusing, complex and costly, according to Which, the UK consumer watchdog publication. You’ve heard that before, although you may not have heard the advice that follows: “put your money in an ISA”.  While Which, in its review of the top-10 useless financial products, has done its best to understand how structured products work, it has clearly fallen at the first, rather simplistic hurdle when making the comparison between these investments and Individual Savings

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