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Edward Sheldon, CFA

Edward grew up in Melbourne, Australia and developed a strong passion for investing during his university years. 15 years later and now based in London, Edward mainly invests in dividend growth stocks for the long term, however, he has been known to be tempted by the occasional small-cap opportunity. As well as writing for The Motley Fool, Edward also writes about dividend investing for dividendwealth.co.uk. Edward holds a Commerce degree from the University of Melbourne and is a CFA charterholder.

Warren Buffett: is this the secret to his success?

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Retire wealthy: three super funds for dividend investors

Love dividends but don't want to pick stocks yourself? Check out these top-performing dividend funds. More »

Is Tesco’s share price a bargain after this news?

Tesco plc (LON: TSCO) has plans to take on Aldi and Lidl. Does this affect the investment case? More »

GlaxoSmithKline isn’t the only way to profit from the world’s ageing population

Edward Sheldon looks at a stock which, alongside GlaxoSmithKline plc (LON: GSK), could be set to benefit from the explosion in retirees across the... More »

Is Sirius Minerals a ‘buy’ after this news?

Sirius Minerals plc's (LON: SXX) share price has jumped this week. Does this news impact the investment case? More »

Remember Carillion’s collapse? Could this Neil Woodford-owned stock be next?

Edward Sheldon highlights a stock that is being heavily shorted by hedge funds right now. More »

Want to earn DOUBLE the State Pension payout in retirement? Here’s how

Concerned that the State Pension payout is low? Here's how to boost your retirement income. More »

How dividend stocks could pay you more than the State Pension

The State Pension is just £164.35 per week. Here's how to beat that with dividend stocks. More »

Two Neil Woodford FTSE 100 trades you need to know about

Neil Woodford is not afraid to make bold trades. Here's a look at two recent FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE: UKX) trades the portfolio manager has... More »

Zoo Digital’s share price is up 450% in a year. Is it too late to buy now?

Zoo Digital plc (LON: ZOO) has been one of the best performers on the AIM market this year. Are there more gains to come?... More »

Two super growth stocks you should have bought a year ago

Edward Sheldon looks at two hot growth stocks that have recently broken out to new all-time highs. More »

5 investing habits that could prevent you from getting rich

Investing doesn't need to be complicated. But you do need to avoid these big mistakes. More »

3 things you can do TODAY to avoid living off the State Pension

The State Pension is just £164.35 per week. Do these three things now to avoid counting your pennies in retirement. More »

Born between 1979 and 2000 and want to retire wealthy? Read this now

If you're aged between 18 and 39, the Lifetime ISA could help you retire in style. More »

Only 25% of Britons are making this smart retirement savings move

Paying yourself first is a fundamental savings concept. But many Britons don't seem to be doing this. More »

Two great FTSE 250 income stocks that could double their dividends

Edward Sheldon looks at two stocks in the FTSE 250 (INDEXFTSE: MCX) that are lifting their dividends regularly. More »

Are Royal Dutch Shell shares a ‘buy’?

Royal Dutch Shell plc (LON: RDSB) shares have delivered a total return of around 25% over the last year. Is it too late to... More »

A director trade ‘tip-off’ that could help you beat the FTSE 100

Looking to beat the FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE: UKX)? Take a look at this play on the e-tail boom. More »

This is the longest bull market in history. Does that mean it’s time to sell up?

Today marks the longest bull market in history for the S&P 500. What does this mean for UK investors? More »

Retire wealthy: 3 top-performing dividend funds that are smashing the FTSE 100

Edward Sheldon looks at three funds that prove passive investing in a FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE: UKX) tracker is not always the smartest option. More »