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Richard Beddard - 04 September 2019
Richard returns from his holiday and wonders whether he can put the experience to use by investing in holiday companies. First step: Create a portfolio of holiday companies.
Michael Taylor - 30 August 2019
Shorting is a contentious issue many investors disagree on. However, understanding the dynamics of shorting can be helpful to the investor so they can know what to look out for. In this article, Michael explains why he thinks an understanding of shorting and how shorters think is beneficial to all stock market participants.
Stock-picking needn't be complicated. Here's a guide to the characteristics to look for when buying your first shares.
If you are new to investing, you may doubt your ability to match or beat the performance of professional wealth managers or fund managers. But you'll often be paying for mediocre performance and, as a private investor, you have several advantages over the professionals to help you out-perform.
ShareScope & SharePad has been the recipient of over 50 awards in 20 years. If you want to be able to pick winners, start with your investment software. ShareScope/SharePad is consistently voted Best Investment Software by readers of the UK's top-selling investment magazines.
In 2015 CEO & founder, Martin Stamp was honoured with the coveted "Editors Award for Services to Private Investors" by Investors Chronicle.