magazine 7 Dec 2017

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The new issue of Shares explains to how to blend both short and long-term investing strategies. It discusses the benefits of separating your investments into core and satellite holdings so you can have fun with the market and have a backbone of more serious investments.

Does Just Eat deserve a place in the FTSE 100? Read the new issue of Shares to learn about its achievements and future prospects.

Also in Shares: Can P2P lending make a comeback? Trump tax puts a rocket under US assets. Be careful with the smaller end of the cyber security tech market; and read about Cineworld, Daily Mail & General Trust, CVS and more.

We explain the benefits of splitting your portfolio into longer-term and shorter-term investments

The junior market has become home to several small cyber specialists but are investors overlooking some major issues?

Investors applaud passage of tax reform but does market momentum have legs?

Irish border issue stands in the way of divorce agreement

Staffing issues and consumer uncertainty blamed for weak trading update

New converged suite could spark fresh demand for the shares

Department for Transport to end troubled franchise three years earlier than planned and replace with partnership model

Devil was in the detail which accompanied full year results

Investors can tap into the lifestyles of the rich and famous

Overseas earnings and progressive dividend are reasons to stay positive

Miner raises a slug of cash by issuing new shares at a massive discount to the market price

Data company gets additional cash backing

Memory foam mattress business is ‘waking up a sleepy market’

The services company is involved in some of the hottest political topics

We talk to JPMorgan, Jupiter and North Atlantic about the opportunities

New research finds that adults aged over 55 need to think harder about making their pension last longer

The honeymoon period is over but P2P can still offer extremely attractive returns

Mitchells & Butlers is facing a multitude of problems and its shares are lagging the peer group

Investment manager advises careful thought to income and capital preservation

Commercial flooring industry captain stands down after decades of outstanding service

Cartel risks losing market share to US unconventional operators

We explore how the online delivery platform has grown so quickly and what to expect next

Leisure group expected to put hard cash in investors’ pockets rather than conduct a share buyback

Rival's margins were recently hit by higher costs and intense competition

Retailer to issue half year figures on 13 December

A new leadership team is working hard to re-energise the business

Tharisa is highly cash generative, pays a decent dividend and enjoys low costs

Leisure expert confirms rights issue amount and explains the pace of debt reduction

In a smaller market since the banking crisis, this stock is a winner

The good news keeps coming from the environmentally-focused asset manager

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These articles are provided by Shares magazine which is published by AJ Bell Media, a part of AJ Bell. Shares is not written by AJ Bell Youinvest.

Shares is provided for your general information and use and is not a personal recommendation to invest. It is not intended to be relied upon by you in making or not making any investment decisions. The investments referred to in these articles will not be suitable for all investors. If in doubt please seek appropriate independent financial advice.

Investors acting on the information in these articles do so at their own risk and AJ Bell Media and its staff do not accept liability for losses suffered by investors as a result of their investment decisions.

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