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Sign up for the Financial iindependence Club: Women get investing

An opportunity for women who’d like to start investing to find out more about making their money work...

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Uber IPO: should you invest?

The firm is set to list on the US stock exchange on Friday. 

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Have FAANGs got their bite back? Why US growth stocks such as Apple and Google are recovering from last year's dip

For a decade, a select group of US growth stocks, known as collectively as the FAANGs (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google), were at the vanguard of global bull market.

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Digital wealth manager Nutmeg announces crowdfunding - should you invest?

The UK’s largest digital wealth manager Nutmeg has just announced it plans to undergo a round of ‘crowdfunding.’ But what is this, and should you get involved?

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Revealed: The one investment trust that would have made you an Isa millionaire

Only one investment trust would have been able to produce an Isa millionaire in the 20 years since the introduction of Isas, according to the Association of Investment Companies (AIC),

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Ditch the jargon so investors know what they are buying, City watchdog tells fund managers

The Financial Conduct Authority has called on fund managers to explain more clearly what their funds are doing, using consumer-friendly language.

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First 50 fund update: Witan to close all savings and Isa accounts

Unable to provide the digital experience investors now demand, fund management firms are closing their savings accounts.

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Charles Stanley Direct increases annual charges

Fund supermarket increases annual charges from 0.25 to 0.35%.

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Jeff Prestridge: Why all my spare cash goes on investing

I have a big financial confession to make. I am not a keen cash saver. I am more of a Stocks and Shares Individual Savings Account (Isa) and pension individual – and have been for quite a while.

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