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Getting Started

BLOG: Is now the time to invest in the start-up revolution?

Last year saw a record number of new UK businesses formed suggesting the start-u...

Revealed: the funds that have fared best since the Brexit vote

Funds that invest in Britain’s smaller companies have outperformed their large...

Stock of the week: Cineworld

Graham Spooner, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, picks Cineworld...

World Cup kicks off: these are the stocks tipped for success

The much-anticipated World Cup kicks off in Russia today which means the nation ...

BLOG: Can US and Asian equities achieve perfect harmony?

This week saw the landmark summit between US president Donald Trump and North Ko...

How to invest in companies battling cancer and Alzheimer’s

A number of investment trusts are investing in businesses, which are addressing ...

Experienced Investor

Hargreaves Lansdown offers up to £500 cashback for transfers

Savers and investors who transfer savings from another provider to Hargreaves La...

Stock of the week: Findel

Ian Forrest, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, picks Findel as st...

DIY investors shun star manager Woodford

Neil Woodford’s Equity Income fund has dropped out of platform AJ Bell’s top...

Government loses £2.1bn on RBS share sale

Chancellor Philip Hammond has hailed the government’s sale of Royal Bank of Sc...

Billions unclaimed in pensions and investments could go to good causes

Billions of pounds worth of cash sitting in untouched pensions and investments c...

Stock of the week: Intertek

Helal Miah, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, picks Intertek as t...

Video Vault

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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Protecting family wealth: 10 tips for cutting inheritance tax

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