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11/10/2022
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How many funds should I invest in? Are bonds the key to a guaranteed income in retirement? Does compounding work for growth-style funds and trusts that don't pay a dividend? Becky and Kyle have the answers, plus City expert Richard Hunter tackles your questions on currencies and energy shares.

As ever, our answers are not personal recommendations to buy or sell any financial instrument or product, or to adopt any investment strategy.

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On The Money is an interactive investor (ii) podcast. For more investment news and ideas, visit https://www.ii.co.uk/stock-market-news.

Becky O'Connor is an independent pensions and savings expert. Kyle Caldwell is Collectives Editor at interactive investor.

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