Welcome to our ten part series 'How to be a property investor'. Below you will find an outline of each part. Some of them are yet to be published - look out for them on Wednesdays.
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Give just ten minutes a day for ten days and learn how to start investing. We answer the questions that beginners need to know and suggest some first investments.
Thinking of dabbling in the stockmarket? We give you the lowdown on income and growth, stockpicking and where to trade.
We look at the advantages of stocks and shares individual savings accounts (Isas). Plus the basics: who can have one, where you buy one and how much money you can put in.
Patrick Connolly at Chase de Vere says the following funds are some of those that new investors could consider.
We give you the lowdown on the best performing investment trusts and what you need to consider before investing in them.
Whether you're after savings or investments for your children or grandchildren, we reveal the accounts that will really make their money grow.
While a financial adviser can charge hundreds or even thousands of pounds for their services, depending on the size of your investment, they can help you decipher which product is better suited to...
Jewellery is not always a sparkling investment. But vintage and antique items can provide a welcome return, as well as enduring pleasure, says Alexander Garrett.
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