InvestorBee shows consumers how to get their investments on track with a DIY "Investment Health-Check"

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InvestorBee (http://www.investorbee.com), an independent website which gives consumers the simple facts they need to decide where to invest money, has released a free e-book, aimed at helping ordinary investors understand the intricacies involved in making and maintaining a “healthy” investment.

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Investing can actually be a simple science if we can identify our financial objectives, recognise the level of risk we want to take and health-check our investments from time to time. The e-book offers some helpful tips to get started.

Free e-book download offers tips on the best way to invest, suitable for existing and novice investors.

28 May 2012, London: InvestorBee (http://www.investorbee.com), which gives consumers the simple facts they need to decide where to invest money, has released a free e-book, aimed at helping ordinary investors understand the intricacies involved in making and maintaining a “healthy” investment.

A healthy investment will consistently deliver a fair return relative to the level of risk it takes. And that fair return is simply the average of all investor returns at the same level of risk.

Uniquely, InvestorBee is able to analyse its database of more than 1.2 million real UK investment portfolios and derive five objective levels of investment risk and the associated fair returns. This means, at last, there is a common, relevant, independent benchmark which can be applied to almost any investment portfolio – to tell whether it is healthy, or not.

InvestorBee’s new e-book makes this data simple and accessible to any investor looking to make smarter decisions about a new or existing investment or in general, looking to invest money.

The e-book starts by explaining how to health-screen an investment portfolio. This reveals exactly how risky it is, what that level of risk really means and whether or not the returns it has achieved are fair, or otherwise. The e-book then moves onto explain, in simple, jargon-free terms, how to treat an unhealthy investment and get it on track for fair returns at the right level of risk.

Maya Kuzalti, Director, InvestorBee commented: “Investing can actually be a simple science if we can identify our financial objectives, recognise the level of risk we want to take and health-check our investments from time to time. We hope the e-book demystifies some of the complexities associated with our industry and helps consumers make the right choices, which is what InvestorBee is all about: Simple facts, informed choices. Smart Investing.”

About DCisions:

DCisions harnesses enterprise data from leading financial institutions, monitoring the risk and return in more than one million real portfolios month-by-month, building on 5 years of history. DCisions is the leading provider of insight into consumer investing and drive the FTSE DCisions Index Series. The data and insight specialist is the recipient of the 2011 Innovation Award from European Pensions, is a Red Herring Europe Finalist and is a participant in Finovate Europe and Finovate Spring 2012. For more information on DCisions, visit http://www.dcisions.com.

For further information please contact:

Kritika Ashok: 020 7297 2508, kritika.ashok(at)dcisions(dot)com

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