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Jamie Adams

Jamie is an experienced financial writer from Ireland, who started his investing career on the U.S. stock exchanges before focusing his efforts a little closer to home. However, his favorite investment to-date is still Apple, who he believes have barely scratched the surface of their potential.

Why I’m buying these 2 FTSE 100 shares for retirement

These two FTSE 100 stocks are at the top of my list when considering the financial options that will provide me with stability in... More »

What does Lloyds’ final dividend payment mean for shareholders?

As this leading UK share prepares to pay out its dividend, I’m asking myself what this means for Lloyds Banking Group’s share price? More »

Is Just Eat stock a better buy than Deliveroo shares right now?

Deliveroo shares have had a mixed post-IPO performance, so I'm asking if Just Eat is a better investment right now? More »

Should I invest in Rolls-Royce or Aston Martin shares right now?

Rolls-Royce and Aston Martin have been stalwarts of British engineering for decades, but which should I invest in right now? More »

3 top FTSE tech stocks to buy in April

This April, I'm looking at three British tech stocks that I believe represent possible good bargains buys right now. More »

Can the Greggs share price keep climbing?

The Greggs share price is up almost 30% this year so far, but will the stock continue to climb throughout 2021? More »

2 top UK beverage stocks to invest in today

As the weather gets warmer and Covid-19 restrictions ease, I'm looking at adding these two UK beverage stocks to my portfolio. More »

3 UK shares to buy in April 2021

As summer begins to roll in and restrictions ease, here are three UK shares Jamie Adams is looking to buy in April for long-term... More »

Should I buy Rolls-Royce shares for my portfolio today?

Rolls-Royce shares have fallen from their mid-March highs, but does this dip make them a good buy for my portfolio today? More »

The 2 best FTSE stocks to buy before the summer

Despite more travel restrictions and rising coronavirus cases, I'm highlighting the two best FTSE stocks I'm buying before the summer. More »

Can BP shares overcome oil volatility to become an ESG play?

Despite years of controversy and volatile growth, do BP shares have a chance of presenting me with a unique value opportunity? More »

Is Sage Group a dark horse or should it be cut loose?

Despite relatively flat profits in recent years, is Sage Group the UK’s own version of Amazon, or a plateauing player in a saturated market? More »