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Can the BP share price climb higher after soaring 41% in a year?

The BP share price has surged since falling to a five-year low in October 2020. Will the windfall tax on…

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3 simple steps for lifelong passive income with £150 a month

Our writer outlines how he'd aim to earn passive income from the stock market by saving and investing less than…

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3 FTSE 100 penny stocks! Which is the cheapest buy?

Our writer examines three penny stocks that feature in the FTSE 100 index to ascertain whether they have a place…

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How I’d invest £1,000 in a stock market crash

The FTSE 100 is up just 0.11% this year, the FTSE 250 is sharply down and inflation is soaring. This…

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3 top FTSE 100 shares to buy in a recession

Our writer explores three FTSE 100 shares that could protect the value of his stock market portfolio in the event…

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Should I buy BT shares to beat 9% inflation?

BT shares are up 3.5% this year and offer a higher dividend yield than the FTSE 100 average. Is the…

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Is Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust now a bargain growth stock?

The Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust share price has plummeted nearly 50% from its 52-week high. Is this a great opportunity…

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3 solid FTSE 100 dividend stocks to buy in May

Our writer examines three reliable UK dividend stocks for his portfolio that offer higher dividend yields than the FTSE 100…

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