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Paul Summers

Paul teaches psychology and also holds the CFA Society's Investment Management Certificate (IMC). It won't come as a surprise to learn that he's particularly interested in how behaviour and cognitive errors impact on financial decision-making.

After recent news, here’s one FTSE 100 growth stock I’d buy and one I’d sell

Paul Summers is increasingly bearish on this FTSE 100 (LON:INDEXFTSE:UKX) former growth star. Here's what he'd consider buying instead. More »

4 take-home messages from the Neil Woodford debacle

We know what's happened but what can we learn from it? Here's one Fool's take. More »

Why I still think this battered small-cap stock will bounce back

This stock has more than halved in value in one year but Paul Summers remains optimistic on a recovery. More »

These small-cap stocks just keep growing. Time to buy?

Paul Summers takes a closer look at two market minnows releasing positive news to the market today. More »

Today’s news makes me even more bullish on the Hurricane Energy share price

Fractured basement play Hurricane Energy plc (LON:HUR) achieves first oil. What now? More »

These 2 small-cap dividend stocks still look like great buys to me

Looking for income? Paul Summers thinks these under-the-radar stocks are trading on very reasonable valuations. More »

easyJet is about to depart the FTSE 100. Is this rival a better buy?

Paul Summers takes a closer look at the latest set of numbers from one of easyJet plc's (LON:EZY) biggest rivals. More »

3 smart money moves that will help you become financially independent sooner

Achieving financial independence won't be easy but doing this could certainly speed things up! More »

Recent news makes me even more wary of this ‘bargain’ FTSE 100 dividend stock

FTSE 100 (LON:INDEXFTSE:UKX) supermarket dog J Sainsbury plc (LON:SBRY) is now trading at historic lows and it's not hard to see why. More »

Warning: investors are still betting against this FTSE 100 loser

This FTSE 100 (LON:INDEXFTSE:UKX) giant has fallen back since January and there could be more to come. More »

Fear a Corbyn-led government? Here’s two ‘safe’ FTSE 100 dividend stocks I’ll be avoiding

These FTSE 100 (LON:INDEXFTSE:UKX) income favourites could be riskier than you think. More »

The market still hates this FTSE 100 dividend stock but I think it’s an absolute bargain

This FTSE 100 (LON:INDEXFTSE:UKX) dividend stock continues to fall... and this Fool continues to buy. More »

This 16% dividend yielder could benefit from Bitcoin’s bounce. But can you trust it?

As the value of the cryptocurrency soars, Paul Summers asks whether stock market investors should attempt to profit using this stock. More »

Royal Mail slashes its dividend by 40% and shares jump. Time to pile in?

The market might like Royal Mail plc's (LON:RMG) new strategy but this Fool isn't so sure. More »

Time to take advantage of recent weakness in these quality FTSE 250 stocks?

Paul Summers takes a look at two quality mid-caps that he thinks could be great long-term buys. More »

Forget Purplebricks. I think this FTSE 250 income and growth stock is a far better bet

Neil Woodford-backed Purplebricks (LON:PURP) continues to tumble. It might be dull and expensive, but Paul Summer much prefers this mid-cap. More »

This FTSE 250 dividend and growth play looks a better buy than Vodafone to me

This Fool said that he would wait for a dividend cut before venturing near Vodafone Group plc (LON:VOD). So, why isn't he buying now? More »

3 FTSE 100 dividend stocks paying more than GlaxoSmithKline

They may pay more, but is it worth risking your capital with these FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE: UKX) companies over GlaxoSmithKline (LON:GSK)? More »

Forget the next market crash. Here are 4 things to be more worried about

Bothered by Brexit? Traumatised by the US/China trade war? There are far more important things for Fools to look out for. More »

4 things I’d wish I’d known about investing in my 20s

We can't turn back the clock, so here's one Fool's advice for younger readers contemplating whether to begin investing. More »