Tag: investing

stocks and shares isa

Should You Use A Stocks & Shares ISA?

The answer is an overwhelming yes. It’s a no brainer.
I was reading the recent addition of Hargreaves Lansdown’s ‘Investment Times’ magazine and there was an article written on whether ISAs (in general) are a thing of the past.
This shocked me because why would someone not want to use an ISA? It’s the perfect way to grow your wealth tax free.

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investing for beginners

5 Beginner Investing Tips

Investing is one of the best things to do with your money. However, there are a lot of mistakes that investors make all the time. Thinking long-term, controlling your emotions and not investing based on what other people say are steps to become a better investor and not lose money in the stock market.

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stock valuation

How To Calculate The Intrinsic Value Of A Stock

Intrinsic value of a stock tells us what the stock is currently worth. We then want to apply a margin of safety to buy a stock when it is undervalued to maximise our return and reduce our error. This method teaches you one way to calculate the margin of safety price of a stock

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investing knowledge

Pay Debt or Start Investing?

Pay debt or Star Investing? Mathematically, it is best to do whatever produces the higher return. However, paying debt is likely to be the better option because of the financial and mental strain it causes.

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investing for beginners

5 Investing Mistakes To Avoid

Investing mistakes are common. There are a number of mistakes investors make, including: speculating, not understanding the company, not taking into account fees, buying/selling on emotion, and trying to time the market. Avoid these mistakes!

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