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Should I Buy the Dip on the Stock Market?

Reading Time: 5 mins Due to the coronavirus outbreak we’ve seen some of the worst weeks on the stock market since the 2008 financial crash. Even the generally stable FTSE 100 suffered its largest one-day crash in March this year since 1987. That being said, when the stock market plummets it often actually proves to be a great time … read more

Can Your Small Business Make Money By Investing In Stocks?

Reading Time: 2 mins For the most part, we think of investing as a personal thing. You invest your money in stocks or shares to try and get a return. But, what if you owned a small business and wanted to start investing some of your profits? No, you don’t need to become a stockbroker to do this, it’s … read more

The impact of Coronavirus on American Airlines Stock (AAL)

Reading Time: 5 mins Author: Alexey Gulyi Chief Analyst at EverFx  – Twitter The NASDAQ AAL was formed in 2013 as a result of the AMR Corporation and U.S airways bankruptcy. Their stock prices has lost over 30% since its formation in 2013 and this has led to many of its investors being aggravated. The worst thing about this … read more

Why You Should Start Investing In Cannabis Stocks

Reading Time: 2 mins With all of the volatility in the contemporary stock market, it is always a good idea for investors to consider all options when buying new stocks or adjusting their personal financial portfolio. There is clearly an emerging trend that will result in the market going downward overall for many of the traditional holdings, as it … read more

Coronavirus and the stock market: what should you do with your investments?

Reading Time: 5 mins Coronavirus and the stock market is all the news seems to talk about right now. It’s easy to start getting worried – but wait! “Should I sell my shares and ditch my pension?” is the question we’re hearing from readers all over social media. My answer is the same as Warren Buffett‘s: “Be fearful when others … read more

How To Become A Successful Stockbroker

Reading Time: 3 mins We are living in a dog eat dog world, such that everyone is up to do almost anything to get what they want. And the business world is no different. And that means that for each career there is more of a single job. For instance, in law, there is a judge, a magistrate, a … read more

The importance of staying current on stock market news

Reading Time: 3 mins The stock market is a place where investors trade stocks. Buying and selling and quick thinking are part of the market. As an investor, you need to know what is happening with your personal finances as well as the market as a whole. Whether you own stocks as a retirement fund or wish to boost … read more

Stock market chaos: how it affects your pension

Reading Time: 6 mins Pension annuities offer a guaranteed income for the rest of your life – but did you know the stock market can affect whether you’ll get a great (or terrible) rate? If you buy at the wrong time, your retirement income could be significantly lower every year. So, how does the stock market affect pensions – … read more

Index-tracking funds: the easy way to invest in the stock market

Reading Time: 7 mins Index-tracking funds offer an easy, cheap and non-frightening way to invest in the stock market…and it works! Also known as ‘trackers’, this investment type is a no-fuss way to put  money into the stock market. As always, investment in the stock market runs the risk of getting back less than you invested. That’s why you … read more

Stocks and shares ISAs: how to pick the best

Reading Time: 7 mins As we always say, don’t be scared of stocks and shares ISAs! With a little knowledge and a willingness to take (even small) risks, an equities ISA can easily out-perform your cash ISA over the long-term. We’ve banged on about this in detail in this article – but the short version of it is this: … read more

Why women should invest in stocks and shares ISAs

Reading Time: 5 mins Investing isn’t just for men-folk! Women should invest too! Ladies are losing out on good money just by failing to put money into stocks and shares ISAs each year. The latest research shows that, on average, 21% of men have a stocks and shares ISA compared to only 13% of women. Perhaps more significant is … read more

Stockpiling food for Brexit? Here’s why you should and where to get the best deals

Reading Time: 4 mins Missed your train? Caught in the rain? Long day at work? Then the British thing to do is put the kettle on and open a packet of biscuits. Comfort food can get you through anything. Just imagine a world, then, in which your favourite coffee brand has been priced out of the supermarkets and the … read more

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