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The platforms would have you believe nearly anyone can become an ISA millionaire. What do you think?

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Capital gains tax on shares

Tax is a persistent pain when investing, slicing away at your hard-gotten gains. Here’s how to defuse future headaches when it comes to CGT.

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As Bitcoin gets bigger and more widely accepted, should it become part of your asset allocation?

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If you want financial freedom, you have to be free to lose money…

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Stonking gains, hedge fund pains

Retail investors are driving up the price of heavily shorted stocks and getting rich, while hedge funds are hit sideways…

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The Covid-19 vaccination campaign underway in Israel is showing early signs of a way out of this nightmare for the world…

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As Interactive Investor hunts down rival share dealing platform EQi, we wonder if these mergers could hurt private investors?

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These five exotic or sector tracking ETFs are guaranteed to make headlines, though probably not any money…

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Retail platforms keep breaking on the market’s busiest days…

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The miracle of compound interest could really work some magic if we all became centenarians…

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The ISA allowance ((Also known to the government but to nobody else as the ‘subscription limit’.)) is the maximum amount of new money you can put into the range of tax-free savings and investment accounts that make up the ISA family. The ISA allowance for the current tax year to 5 April is £20,000. The [...]

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Are you a new share trader? Do you want to see a path to making profitable investments? Read on!

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Why did a massive share price crash prompt a surge in new investors?

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Popcorn sales have probably skyrocketed as investors gazed transfixed at the market mayhem of 2020…

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The coronavirus is causing havoc, but in the long-term it’ll probably be another blip…

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A short statement on why we will continue to write about money and investing even as the death toll rises.

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