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Share Sleuth: helpful texts for value investors

Share Sleuth: helpful texts for value investors

DIY in the world of investing can be harder and a lot riskier than the shelves-and-wallpaper kind, but there are some invaluable books out there. Richard Beddard offers a reading list.

Ken Fisher: share tips and surviving the misinformation age

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Evaluating media makes you a better investor, argues Ken Fisher. The investment legend also names two great stocks to own as this bull market keeps running.

How will new dividend tax rules hit investors?

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The new dividend tax setup will hit small business-owners hardest, but some investors will find their yield income affected too - Money Observer's Kyle Caldwell explains how.

Would a Brexit make you richer or poorer?

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A 'Brexit' or 'stay' result on 23 June will hit Britons' finances in very different ways. Ruth Jackson at our sister magazine Moneywise reveals what to expect from each outcome.

How will Brexit affect expats?

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All eyes are on the UK's economy right now, but a Brexit vote in June would also drastically affect 1.2 million Britons living in other EU countries. Money Observer's David Prosser explains how.

How much cash should your portfolio hold?

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Holding too much cash is often criticised as damaging to returns, but neither should you be fully-invested, argues Ryan Paterson at Thesis Asset Management.

Does it pay to be an ISA early bird?

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Many leave it to the last minute, but what if ISA investing came at the start of the tax year? Faith Glasgow finds out if your money is better off being in the market for longer.

The best ways to build up your SIPP

The best ways to build up your SIPP

Long-term investment experts share their tips for savvy SIPP investing. They also name some choice funds and investment trusts to deliver growth and ride out volatility.

The DOs and DON'Ts of tax year end

The DOs and DON'Ts of tax year end

Rebecca O'Keeffe, head of investment at Interactive Investor, gives her view on the key investment considerations in the run up to tax year end.

5 easy stocks and shares funds for your ISA

5 easy stocks and shares funds for your ISA

With interest rates on the floor, novice investors are turning to stocks and shares to keep up returns. It's why we've picked out five easy funds to get equity exposure for your ISA.