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Andy Ross

I have been writing about shares since university and focus on income shares primarily. I am a massive fan of dividends and the power of compound investing. I run my own ISAs, SIPP and LISA.

Could these two FTSE 250 shares go up again in 2022?

FTSE 250 shares generally did quite well in 2021 as the stock market recovered from 2020 and these two shares that did well could... More »

These are 3 of my top passive income ideas

Passive income ideas can be hard to find, but these shares have been screened for their income potential and look very good to Andy... More »

The reasons I’m generally ignoring ESG investing for my own portfolio

ESG investing is in vogue and attracting a lot of institutional and private investor money but are there better ways to find top investments?... More »

Could these FTSE 250 shares fare well in 2022?

FTSE 250 shares could do well this year if the economy keeps bouncing back, but will these be good investments for me? More »

These penny stocks are all cheap: so are they bargains?

Penny stocks can hold a lot of potential for future share price growth and these three cheap shares have particularly caught my eye. More »

6 UK shares with dividend yields of over 6%

These UK shares all have dividend yields over 6%, putting them among the highest-yielding stocks listed on the London Stock Exchange. More »

3 of the best stocks to buy now

Andy Ross takes a look at some of his best stocks to buy now to hopefully boost the value of his Stocks and Shares... More »

The Lloyds share price is down over 5 years. Could it bounce back in 2022?

The Lloyds share price has underperformed the FTSE 100 over the last half decade, but could its fortunes change with interest rate rises? More »

Thematic investing: is it one of the best ways to outperform passive investing?

Thematic investing is growing in popularity and Andy Ross thinks partly investing this way could help him to beat passive investing in his portfolio.... More »

Here is why the Legal & General share price could see a 40% increase

The Legal & General share price rose by 12% in 2021 while offering a 6% yield. This year, the shares could rise much further... More »

Potentially the best passive income stocks for 2022

Passive income stocks can be hard to come by despite high dividend yields in the UK. Andy Ross thinks these two businesses look really... More »

My foolproof plan for investing in shares in 2022… Foolishly!

Investing in shares can be tricky, but with a long-term mindset Andy Ross is confident 2022 is a good time to be investing. More »

5 top UK shares I’ll be adding more of in 2022

UK shares aren’t always the most popular with investors, but Andy Ross thinks these five stocks could have a very strong year. More »

This whooping 8% FTSE 100 dividend yield is sizzling

Andy Ross takes a look at one of the stand-out high dividend yields that can be found in the FTSE 100 and asks: a... More »

How to invest in shares to benefit from any Santa Rally this year

It can be tricky to think about how to invest in shares but here Andy Ross lays out his plan and highlights a top... More »

This FTSE 350 share is down 40% this year. Will 2022 see a bounce-back?

This FTSE 350 share has gone from pandemic winner to 2021 loser, but Andy Ross thinks this growth and income share could have a... More »

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – for investing in shares

Investing in shares is something I’m keen to keep doing to get my portfolio ready for 2022 and potentially to benefit in the short... More »

These are my best stocks to buy for 2022

As 2022 approaches, Andy Ross has been thinking about the best stocks to buy now ahead of next year, including one very out-of-favour business.... More »

2 FTSE 100 shares I think Warren Buffett might like in 2022

Warren Buffett is a legendary investor and this article explores the two FTSE 100 shares Andy Ross thinks he might want to buy next... More »

What could Omicron mean for the Rolls-Royce share price?

Could more restrictions on travel provide the catalyst for a further plunge in the Rolls-Royce share price? Andy Ross digs deeper. More »