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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.

2 FTSE 100 shares I’d look to buy and hold until 2024

These two FTSE 100 shares should reward shareholders with share price growth and income, right through to the next UK election in 2024, thinks... More »

The HSBC share price could be fuelled by recent cracking results

Does a 79% in pre-tax profit mean the HSBC share price, which has been performing well recently, could rise further to reward investors? More »

Why the Avacta share price is due another strong run in May

The Avacta share price has had a great 12 months, but I think it could start to fly once again from May with significant... More »

ESG investing: which UK companies might I invest in?

A look at ESG investing and two UK FTSE 100 companies with strong ESG credentials, which might make them appealing to future investors. More »

Are there reasons to worry about a stock market crash as markets rise?

With markets like the FTSE 100 rebounding strongly following the 2020 market fall, could a stock market crash be just around the corner? More »

I’d buy these penny shares with potential for price growth

These penny shares have been performing strongly and have been seeing strong share price growth. Could there be further to rise? More »

2 of the best UK high-dividend shares

Andy Ross picks out two high-dividend shares that could provide yields above 4% to boost the returns of his portfolio. More »

2 strong growth stocks with falling share prices

Andy Ross likes the idea of picking up growth stocks at a lower price, and these two UK-listed shares have fallen. More »

Shares for passive income: my dividend heroes

Andy Ross looks at two FTSE 100 shares that reward shareholders with dividends and could be strong passive income creators. More »

Deliveroo shares are bouncing back. Should I buy?

Deliveroo shares had a well-publicised bad start to life on the stock exchange, but as they bounce back could they now be a solid... More »

Investing in stocks and shares: how I aim for growth

Investing in stocks and shares with above-average growth potential can be difficult, but I think these points could help me earn bigger returns. More »

The Vodafone share price is near its one-year high. Would I buy today?

The Vodafone share price has momentum, but the big question is whether it's overvalued, or could there be much more growth ahead? More »

How I’d look to turn a £1,000 investment in UK growth shares into £5,000

There are UK growth shares in both the FTSE and AIM markets, contrary to the view of some investors that innovative companies are only... More »

2 UK growth stocks better than NIO, Palantir and Deliveroo

While innovative companies like Nio hog the headlines there are great UK growth stocks which could quietly outperform, such as these two potentially. More »

2 top income stocks for April

With dividends often making up a large part of an investors' return, this article looks at two income stocks that Andy Ross might add... More »

The new Stocks and Shares ISA allowance: 2 shares I’ll add for growth

Andy Ross picks out two UK growth shares he’s likely to add to his Stocks and Shares ISA as part of the £20,000 allowance.... More »

UK shares to buy now: here’s what I’d do with a £500 investment

Andy Ross looks at the UK shares to buy now that offer great growth prospects and that could turbocharge the returns of his portfolio.... More »

2 small-cap UK shares that could outperform the FTSE 100

These UK shares have a lot of promise. But with that comes a lot of risk, so Andy Ross looks at the investment case... More »

The Barclays share price is cheap. Should I buy now?

Is the Barclays share price so undervalued that for savvy investors it makes for a share that can’t be missed? Andy Ross takes a... More »

The Aviva share price: I’m not tempted to buy now after the recent rise

Andy Ross outlines the reasons why the rising Aviva share price isn't tempting him to dive in and buy as the insurance group makes... More »