magazine 21 Oct 2021
The simple way to invest. The new issue of Shares Magazine highlights how low-cost ETFs can help you build an ISA portfolio from scratch.
Also in the digital magazine: how long it might take to turn £10,000 to £100,000 in the markets, which household bills are rising and by how much and a detailed look at online reviews platform Trustpilot.
This week’s investment ideas include a small cap wholesaler which is firmly in the driving seat plus a German software giant plotting a big move into cloud computing.
Plus discover the key things to watch from UK bank updates as they look to match a stellar showing from US lenders.
Can British lenders match the strong showing from their US counterparts?
New asset class is likely to attract widespread interest
Bulls hope ProShares’ Bitcoin Strategy will get US regulator backing
Higher producer prices could spell rate rises sooner than investors expect
We look at different scenarios and offer suggestions for two stocks that might help you on your journey
The flotation of Made Tech should also help show the world that AIM can be a good place for smaller tech firms
Selling off assets to be run independently can often unlock value by removing the ‘conglomerate discount’
It's really easy to get exposure to companies around the world – we show you how
We look at two companies which support employees and meet the social aspect of ESG
The stock has shone since listing in London but that is not yet reflected in the bottom line
We break down the figures and reveal how much extra you might soon have to pay
Lessons from a car crash investor event
Ambitious strategy could spark complete rethink of German firm’s valuation
Batteries, vitamin and vaping supplier Supreme has posted a reassuring update and offers the potential for upgrades
Entertainment goliath can move past recent disappointments
Extensive fleet of vehicles and in-house drivers is enabling the wholesaler to boost its competitive position
QinetiQ seems well positioned to deliver on its medium term ambitions
The assets that could do well in each of these three situations