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Why the moving average is my favourite charting tool
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Why the moving average is my favourite charting tool

Traders and technical analysts use "moving averages" to iron out daily fluctuations and give a much clearer picture of a market's direction. Dominic …
13 Jul 2020
Look beyond cash Isas to stocks and shares
Stocks and shares ISAs

Look beyond cash Isas to stocks and shares

Interest rates on cash Isa accounts are too low and stocks do better over the long term. Consider a stocks and shares Isa instead.
7 Jul 2020
How Covid-19 sparked the return of the day trader
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How Covid-19 sparked the return of the day trader

Lockdown boredom has unleashed a horde of speculators on US stocks, with predictable consequences.
7 Jul 2020
How to prepare your business for the return to work
Small business

How to prepare your business for the return to work

Riding the rebound will take careful preparation for small business owners. Here’s what to consider.
5 Jul 2020
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The best bet in the base metals rally
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Industrial metals

The best bet in the base metals rally

The prices of key industrial metals have been enjoying a spectacular rally.
3 Jul 2020
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Beware these post-Covid travel insurance traps
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Beware these post-Covid travel insurance traps

Post-Covid-19 travel-insurance policies are riddled with exemptions, says Ruth Jackson-Kirby.
27 Jun 2020
Three key lessons investors can learn from the Wirecard disaster
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Three key lessons investors can learn from the Wirecard disaster

Wirecard, a German payments processing firm, is embroiled in an accounting scandal. Billions of euros have vanished and the share price has collapsed.…
23 Jun 2020

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Are you due a refund on your inheritance tax bill?
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Are you due a refund on your inheritance tax bill?

If you’ve paid inheritance tax recently, you may well be due some of your money back. Here’s how to tell
23 Jun 2020
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Why it can pay to keep your investments in the family
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Why it can pay to keep your investments in the family

Family-run businesses make up a huge percentage of the UK’s private companies. Buy into a listed family firm, and you’re likely to net a healthy retur…
22 Jun 2020
Why Aim stocks are for stockpickers
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Why Aim stocks are for stockpickers

Aim, the UK’s market for growth stocks, has had a respectable five years, but returns are driven by a few winners.
21 Jun 2020
Japanese stocks are a two-way bet
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Japanese stocks are a two-way bet

If a global recovery takes hold, Japan’s export-orientated businesses will enjoy a surge. But if growth stays weak, its corporate cash mountain will s…
19 Jun 2020
How to construct an all-weather ETF portfolio
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How to construct an all-weather ETF portfolio

The outlook for markets is highly uncertain. This set of investments balances growth with protection in a crisis, says Cris Sholto Heaton
19 Jun 2020
Have you been furloughed? Here's how it could hit your pension entitlement
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Have you been furloughed? Here's how it could hit your pension entitlement

Your pension savings could be squeezed by the state's furlough scheme – and its withdrawal.
16 Jun 2020
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How to navigate the probate process
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How to navigate the probate process

Death can create a great deal of paperwork. Here’s what to do if you need to apply for probate.
15 Jun 2020
Investing in the UK: the good, the bad and the ugly
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Investing in the UK: the good, the bad and the ugly

The FTSE 100 has been in decline for a long time, while small and mid-cap stocks have outperformed, says Max King. Will the blue-chips bounce back?
9 Jun 2020
Could an ill wind hit renewable energy funds?
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Could an ill wind hit renewable energy funds?

Infrastructure is a good investment – but watch out for hidden risks, particularly in renewable energy.
9 Jun 2020
Lessons for investors from the “go-go years”
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Lessons for investors from the “go-go years”

The fate of the Nifty Fifty stocks reminds should remind investors that it’s dangerous to pay too much for the certain winners of tomorrow.
8 Jun 2020
How to deal with credit-card debt
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How to deal with credit-card debt

Feeling the pinch? There are cheaper options than a payment holiday if you owe money on your credit cards.
7 Jun 2020
State support for small businesses on the slide
Small business

State support for small businesses on the slide

Government aid for small firms is winding down. Make plans now.
6 Jun 2020
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Should you put off paying your VAT bill?
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Should you put off paying your VAT bill?

Just because you can put off your VAT bill doesn’t mean you should. It is a loan, not a cancellation of the debt.
5 Jun 2020
Spread betting: five tips for would-be traders
Spread betting

Spread betting: five tips for would-be traders

Spread betting stocks can be tempting – but for many, it’s ruinous. Michael Taylor of Shifting Shares looks at how to avoid the pitfalls.
5 Jun 2020
How to protect your online passwords
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How to protect your online passwords

There are several ways to help prevent cyber-criminals from accessing your online accounts, says Ruth Jackson-Kirby.
3 Jun 2020