Malcolm Wheatley

Profiting from other people’s nervousness

When whole sectors fall out of favour, bargains can often be had. More »

There are bargains to be found in vicious markets

We could well be in for a period when these abrupt share price crashes become much more prevalent. More »

Retiring early is not an idle dream

How everyone can escape the rat race More »

The difference between you and Warren Buffett

Are you buying shares, or part of a business? More »

How risky are shares?

Risk is relative: cash has its drawbacks, too. More »

Don’t retire poor – retire rich

Stay the course and focus on the right investing messages. More »

Ten years of epic wealth destruction

The stock market has kept delivering while savers struggle… More »

5 wealth-building habits you can start today

Get the savings habit and watch your wealth surge… More »

Sun, sea, sand – and investing?

Prioritise time to think through those investment decisions. More »

Warren Buffett’s bid for Unilever plc: the 3 simple truths for investors like you

Warren Buffett’s bid for Unilever plc (LON:ULVR) might have highlighted its hidden value – even at a historically high share price More »

3 strategies to help boost your investing returns

Look closely, and many investors make fundamental mistakes in how they approach the whole business of investing. More »

Why invest in shares?

If you’re serious about inflation-beating wealth accumulation, there aren’t many other options. More »

The investment revolution that can rescue your retirement

There’s been a big revolution taking place in the field of DIY investing. More »

Where to invest in 2017?

With few ‘big picture’ investing themes, stock picking will dominate. More »

Like it or not, you’ll soon be saving more…

From here, the ratio’s likeliest direction is upwards – and possibly sharply upwards. More »

Are these the market’s Brexit bargains?

The pound’s fall has boosted the shares prices of companies with foreign earnings. More »

Buy low, earn high

Beaten-down shares can offer tasty long-term incomes. More »

3 reasons NOT to invest in an index tracker

Income-seeking investors, and growth-seeking investors, may see better prospects elsewhere More »

I admit it: I’m bad at selling shares

If you wouldn’t buy the business today, why hold it now? More »

Is wilful blindness harming your returns?

Base your investment decisions on facts and fundamentals, not fantasies More »