magazine 9 Sep 2021
Discover investment trusts and large cap stocks that offer 5% yields or more. You can also learn how to find small caps with a higher dividend yield than the FTSE 100.
This week’s investment ideas include a beauty business new to the UK market and a value-themed UK investment trust.
Elsewhere, Shares considers the investment decisions to make as someone approaches retirement.
Continuing its education series on using charts, Shares explains moving averages and how to use this information to trade stocks.
Learn why patchy US jobs data hasn’t derailed markets and why there are big changes that matter to investors with money in German and Japanese stocks and funds.
The Government has done a U-turn on the triple lock and will also charge more tax on dividends and push up National Insurance rates
Some firms are having to scale back operations despite customer demand
The point at which the Federal Reserve could start tapering bond purchases might have been kicked down the road
Elections and an overhaul of the DAX will keep investors on their toes
The country’s Nikkei 225 index will also undergo some important changes
We screen the market to identify some compelling income opportunities
Comparing an established player and an upstart in the global advertising market
Significant pension liabilities could represent a poison pill for a potential acquirer
Digital tokens have a growing fanbase, but don’t look right for mainstream investors yet
Moving averages condense a lot of information and help to identify clear trends
The options for your portfolio and suggestions on what to do next
Follow these steps to find companies with higher yields and hopefully sustainable dividends
Make-up-to-skincare products supplier has big ambitions to become the world’s most innovative and revolutionary beauty company
While there is a risk that the bidders walk away, their interest supports our original investment case
The diversified approach to UK stocks has helped underpin a strong long-term performance
Strong organic growth is supplemented by smart acquisitions
Share buying by the chemicals company’s chairman sends the right signal
Examining what could knock the stocks leading the US market to record highs off course
Tom Selby explains the rules and the issues to consider