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Starting Investing In Your 20s

How can you get started with investing in your 20’s? The most common way for people to get started is with ETF’s. But you can also build your own portfolio with the right stock analytics.

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Budget week!

The Chancellor has given one of the most important budgets in recent years, this time there is a focus on FinTech.

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Investing in Chip Manufacturers amidst US-China Tech wars

Semiconductor companies form part of the tech sector, but also count as manufacturers, which means their business is cyclical. Car production across the world has come to a halt during lockdown because of this.

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Freedom of the press (to make money)

The Australian government has sided with its press in saying that Google will now need to negotiate with the news outlets to negotiate a fee for displaying their stories. 

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ESG Standards Have Never Had So Much Attention

Even though these ratings have always had a part to play in the choices retail investors make, they are some of the least understood, at times only partly understood, part of the entire stock market culture.

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What is a SPAC?

How they work and why you should care. Special purpose acquisition companies are speeding ahead. SPAC’s aren’t new, but popular figure heads have been using them to help private companies enter public markets.

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What Is Wealth-Tech?

Although it falls under the much broader ‘Fin-Tech’ umbrella, wealth-tech is the combination of technology for wealth management, which is about creating tools to help manage investments.

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Company Moats

Business moats or economic moats were popularised by Warren Buffett, and refer to a businesses ability to maintain competitive advantages over other players in their field.

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Dividends Explained

People talk a lot about dividends but what are they, how do they work and how can you use them to guide your investment choices?

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Retail Apocalypse Survivors

Brick and mortar companies have been struggling for years, with the transition to e-commerce and decline of malls, but this year COVID seems to have been the nail in the coffin.

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