What is Muckle

‘Mony a Mickle Maks a Muckle’

Archaic or Scottish & Northern English proverb – ‘Many Small Amounts Accumulate to Make a Large Amount’


Muckle is passionate about long term savings and investment; it has its origin in this ancient proverb and aims to engage its users to embrace its sentiment and take control of their financial future.

Faced with high professional fees or precluded from financial advice, more and more people are taking personal control of their finances.

Whether looking to clear debt, save for a rainy day, invest for children, build a pension pot or generate income in retirement Muckle is here to help you every step of the way by uniting a community of people just like you to establish your financial goals, understand your attitude to risk, build a personal investment plan, then use technology to research, trade and monitor your investments.

Whether budgeting for a trip of a lifetime, helping children get on the property ladder or planning for retirement, we all have financial goals, and an ever increasing number of people are taking personal control of their finances with technology as the enabler; automated investment management – robo advice – is the latest solution.

There has never been more information or support available – whether you choose to use an advisor or ready made portfolios – Do it With Me, choose your own investments – Do it Yourself, or use an automated investment platform – Do it For me; just don’t do nothing!

Muckle seeks to debunk the mystique that has traditionally shrouded the financial services sector and demonstrate that it is not difficult to get to grips with the basic principles of investing and investment products; online platforms now deliver access to market data, planning tools and trading technology that were once the preserve of the professional.

The new breed of automated advice platforms – interchangeably ‘robo advisors’ or ‘digital investment managers’ – do a lot of the heavy lifting for you; set your objectives, understand your appetite for risk and then establish a regular savings and investment regime that gets you where you want to go.

For those that don’t want to pay for face to face advice, but don’t want to make their own investment decisions, robo advice makes investing cost-effective and accessible and concentrate on outcomes rather than the means by which they are achieved.

A recurring sentiment expressed by those that take the plunge is the sense of empowerment and liberation that comes with being in control and the new generation of platforms available now ensure that you can track your investments 24/7/365, on your choice of device.

Remember, nobody cares more about your money than you do.


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