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Financials bloodied in February crash

Financials bloodied in February crash

Financial stocks have made gains Wednesday, but the sector is still the worst-performer this month and fears about a second financial crash are growing.

Taking tips from Warren Buffett on market volatility

Taking tips from Warren Buffett on market volatility

The great investor says market swings are the time to buy quality shares at knock-down prices. Now, Stockopedia names 10 robust shares that this year's volatility has nudged into discount territory.

The Oil Man: Oil price, Tullow, Circle, Sound, Far

Malcolm Graham-Wood, The Oil Man: Oil price, Tullow, Circle, Sound, Far

Oil industry analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood has seen it all. He gives Interactive Investor his considered opinion on the sector's top stories.

12 ideal trusts for long-term regular savers

12 ideal trusts for long-term regular savers

While tried-and-tested investing tactics are indispensable, picking the right vehicle is also key. We offer up a dozen top trusts that should serve long-term investors well.

Is FTSE 100 recovery really underway?

Is FTSE 100 recovery really underway?

The FTSE 100's rally above 5,680 may prove to be "the first motion of early recovery", suggests technical analyst Alistair Strang. But what if it's not?

10 investment mistakes to avoid this ISA season

10 investment mistakes to avoid this ISA season

As ISA season approaches, one investment expert picks out 10 common mistakes investors should steer clear of to boost their portfolios.

Sainsbury's left on shelf as supermarkets thrash FTSE 100

Sainsbury's left on shelf as supermarkets thrash FTSE 100

Buying Home Retail means potential for value destruction at Sainsbury's is "considerable". It has cost shareholders dear and explains why the grocer has seriously underperformed rivals.

Why it's the last straw for AIM market

Why it's the last straw for AIM market

Although AIM hasn't plunged with quite the same vigour as the FTSE 100 this month, technical analyst Alistair Strang has identified a glass floor for the small-cap index.

Stockwatch: This share looks too cheap

Stockwatch: This share looks too cheap

Selling one of its biggest businesses for a good price will slash debt. Yet, these shares still trade on single-digit multiples and yield nearly 6%. It may be a takeover target, too.

Keep a stiff upper lip and hang on, urges investment legend

Keep a stiff upper lip and hang on, urges investment legend Ken Fisher

Correction aside, this bull market turns seven in March. Aging bulls are when high-quality big stocks shine, says Ken Fisher. Here are his two tips.

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