Video tutorials – trading & investments

Behavioural finance: How psychology affects investors

Behavioural Finance: How psychology affects investors video still

In this video, Ed Bowsher looks at ‘behavioural finance’ – the study of how our emotions and our psyches can affect our investments.

Equity crowdfunding: you can invest in start-ups

Equity crowdfunding: you can invest in start-ups

In this video, Ed Bowsher explains how equity crowdfunding works as well as the risks and opportunities.

Should you invest in Tesco?

Video tutorial: Should you invest in Tesco?

Ed Bowsher asks if the appointment of Dave Lewis as its new CEO means you should go out and buy Tesco shares.

How to buy gold

Video tutorial - investing in gold

In this video, Ed Bowsher visits a London gold dealer, looks at various gold bars and coins, and makes his first purchase of physical gold.

Should you invest in TSB?

Video tutorial: should you invest in TSB?

Ed Bowsher looks at TSB’s imminent stock market flotation. Are the shares worth buying – and if you want to buy them, how do you go about it?

Growth or value investing: which is best?

Video tutorial: Growth or value investing: which is best?

Ed Bowsher looks at the differences between value investing and growth investing, and which approach is best for investors in 2014.

Should you invest in IPOs?

Video tutorial: Should you invest in IPOs?

How stock market flotations work, and whether it’s a good idea to invest in them.

Why invest in gold

Video tutorial: why invest in gold

There are lots of things that could go wrong in the world. Ed Bowsher looks at how gold provides an insurance policy against disasters and crises.

How to invest in a stocks and shares Isa

Video tutorial: How to invest in a stocks and shares Isa

Ed Bowsher runs through the nuts and bolts of opening a stocks and shares Isa, and gives you some investment ideas to consider.

Four big investment mistakes

Video tutorial: Four big investment mistakes

If you want to be a successful investor, it’s important to analyse your mistakes. Ed Bowsher looks at four clangers to avoid when investing.

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