Coca-Cola | Stock to buy?

Coca-cola co. (KO) stock has been winning this week after revenues are looking up. With the pandemic coming to an end, can coca-cola keep up the gains?

Why you should buy BAE Systems now.

BAE Systems (LSE: BA) is a winning income stock with a dividend yield of 4.5%, however, over the last 12 months the shares have moved -22.3% relative to the wider market. Will 2 big new contracts push BAE Systems’ share price into the black?

Trading from your sofa? | A look at pandemic investors

By now most of us are aware that investing has become hugely popular over the pandemic – people have more spare money and time to invest. You might be surprised however, at who has been learning to trade, read our article to learn more. 

How badly has Brexit screwed the UK economy?

Three months after the UK officially left the EU the effect on the economy is worse than expected. Trade problems with Europe and the prevailing coronavirus pandemic are really taking their toll. So how bad is the UK economy?

Can Royal Mail keep up? Stock Analysis

Royal Mail PLC (RMG) have announced they will introduce Sunday parcel deliveries nationwide in the efforts to keep up with Amazon. Will this keep their share price bullish when lockdown ends?

What is the January Effect?

It’s a new year! Typically January sees great rises in stock price that sets out the success of markets for the year ahead. Will we see markets rise this month, considering the heavy economic burden of the pandemic? Read on to understand more.

Will Brexit boost stocks?

With Brexit negotiations almost at a close, Britain will start the new year without the EU. All eyes are now on how the UK’s economy will bounce back depending on deal or no deal.

Are blue skies ahead for airline stocks?

Following the huge rally last week sparked by vaccine announcements, is it a good time to buy airline stocks? Well this weekend saw the highest number of travellers for eight months and this will only improve. The sky’s the limit.

Investment Types

When is the right time to start investing? You may think you are too young to worry about investing or you just can’t be bothered to deal with the hassle. Investing is a quick and easy way to look out for yourself in the future. If you have a pot of cash lying around then why not invest, making money from your money is the smartest way to get a profit. Read our helpful guide to see which investment opportunities might suit you.

What is the point of negative interest rates?

The economic uncertainty triggered by the coronavirus pandemic has led people to be more cautious with their money. Central Banks adjust interest rates to stabilize economic growth and this is how…