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Is your money in an underperforming dog fund?

The amount of cash in seriously underperforming funds has rocketed five-fold sin...

Top FTSE 100 boss earned £47m last year

The 10 highest earning FTSE 100 CEOs received a combined £200m in their pay pac...

Robo-advice firm launches ethical portfolios

Robo-advice firm Wealthify has launched a range of ethical portfolios, which ena...

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Stock of the week: BP

Helal Miah, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, explains why oil ma...

BLOG: Why investors shouldn’t ignore Japan

Japan's economy has taken almost 30 years to recover from its asset price collap...

Experienced Investor

BLOG: Should investors be jittery over the crisis in Turkey?

Turkey, and in particular decisions made by President Erdogan, have been making ...

Stock of the Week: Prudential

Ian Forrest, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, picks Prudential a...

The best UK income funds revealed

Yields on equity income funds are still attractive for investors despite record ...

Hargreaves Lansdown gains 137,000 customers in a year

Britain’s biggest investment platform Hargreaves Lansdown welcomed even more c...

Standard Life Aberdeen brings forward plan to return £1.75bn to shareholders

Standard Life Aberdeen has announced it will bring forward plans to return up to...

What are the FAANG stocks and should you buy them?

It's the latest investment acronym, but what are the FAANG companies and should ...

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VIDEO: Back to basics on government bonds vs corporate bonds

If you're new to investing, our back to basics video explains the main similarit...

VIDEO: Should investors hold cash in their portfolios?

Whether you're a novice or an experienced investor, holding some cash in your in...

VIDEO: How and why to set up an ISA and/or pension for your child

You can help secure your child's financial future with Junior ISAs and pensions....

VIDEO: How rising inflation affects investment portfolios

Inflation has overshot the Bank of England's 2% target for the fourth month in a...

VIDEO: Property or stock market – what should you do with a windfall?

What would you do with £250,000? According to research, the vast majority of us...

VIDEO: Financial planning in divorce

Find out what happens to your pension, investments and will during a divorce.

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