Jon Smith explains the case both for and against buying Rolls-Royce shares at the moment after the recent bump higher towards 160p.
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As the world returns to pre-pandemic levels of travel, I think now could be a savvy time to buy IAG shares and hold them for the long term.
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An improving economic backdrop in the UK for housebuilders and their enduring high yield make Persimmon shares look cheap for me right now.
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A renewed focus on improving core business profitability and delivering increased shareholder returns means for me this high-yield stock may be a bargain.
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Dr James Fox explains how he's investing like the legendary Warren Buffett to make the most of this stock market correction and build his portfolio.
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The Direct Line share price crashed to new lows this week. But after falling more than 50%, are shares in the 38-year-old insurance group now too low?
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Jon Smith explains how he can flip a coffee into an investment, and build it up sustainably over time to generate a passive income.
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Despite a rough March, the FTSE 100 is up 2.4% in 2023. Many Footsie stocks took a beating in Q1, but I'd still buy this sliding stock today.
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Jon Smith addresses the reasons for a potential stock market crash, but explains why he doesn't feel they're well-founded.
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It may be a wise for investors to mimic Warren Buffett’s tactics in these weaker markets, even if stocks plunge by 50% or more.
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