You might have heard the phrase: ‘You can’t beat the market.” This means that the market will always find its own level. And this gives a price that buyers and sellers meet. But there are... [read more]
When you invest in the stock market, diversifying your portfolio can help to reduce your risk. But how can you diversify your portfolio? There are a number of options open to you. Let’s take a look... [read more]
When you’re looking for shares to invest in or you own shares and want to keep an eye on what they’re doing, you can look at a company’s key financial information. You can either find this in... [read more]
If you invest for dividends, you know how much your share pays out to you. But chances are, if you’ve invested in solid dividend paying companies, over time their share prices will also rise. This... [read more]
If you want a strategy that focuses on buying shares for capital gains rather than income, then growth investing is for you. It involves finding companies that can rapidly grow profits. And the... [read more]
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