magazine 28 Jun 2018

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Investments with consistent dividend growth could be your ticket to enhanced returns, argues the latest issue of Shares.

Using a growing income stream to buy more shares or funds units means you capture the returns on your reinvested money and your original investment. The new digital magazine looks at a range of stocks, ETFs and investment trusts to play this theme.

Also this week: seven essential points to get the most out of Lifetime ISAs; plus a look at companies which issue profit warnings soon after joining the stock market.

Shares examines how large investors view UK equities and it analyses various stocks including Mind Gym, Carnival and Avast.

The investments filling your pockets with cash  

Here are some ideas for companies that could benefit as financially-squeezed consumers look for cheaper ways to live their lives

There is potential risk of major action to shake up the housing market later in 2018  

University study suggests greater Government intervention could scupper some takeover activity  

As Canada pushes towards legalisation of the drug, the investment potential is beginning to be recognised  

The learning and development company’s IPO offer was significantly over-subscribed  

Whitbread’s subsidiary wants to benefit from Asia’s growing desire for coffee

Anti-virus firm has so far been anti-investor returns too  

Business park in Krakow looks an interesting addition to the portfolio  

The Baillie Gifford-run investment trust has a great dividend growth track record  

We talk to four fund managers about why London-listed shares still have a solid future  

We look at how the advice process might work and the potential costs  

This important guide will help you avoid making mistakes with the property and retirement savings wrapper  

Regular investing can result in you buying when prices are both high and low  

Footasylum’s share price slump puts the spotlight on this topic  

30% year to date share price rally shows appetite for stock

Stewart & Wight is also giving up on its stock market listing

Broker turns hyper-bullish on the online grocer-turned-tech platform

We look at the performance of UK stocks versus other parts of the world  

The support services group is enjoying great success and is ready to expand its interests  

One analyst believes the stated net asset value in its accounts undervalues the business  

Shares in the cruise operator are struggling on earnings pressure but we remain confident on its long-term outlook

We continue to believe the insurer-to-travel group will reward shareholders handsomely over the medium term