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Toby Aston

Is the Novacyt share price too high? Here’s what you need to know

The Novacyt share price is soaring after a strong H1 earnings announcement. But does that mean you should be buying? More »

Should you be investing money in pharma stocks?

The healthcare and pharmaceutical industry has been growing steadily for years. The UK in particular is home to pharma giants like GlaxoSmithKline and Astrazeneca,... More »

Can the gold boom continue?

Despite the gold price rising over 30% in 2020, one fool looks at the reasons why the rally may not be ending for some... More »

Is the easyJet share price ready for takeoff?

The easyJet share price (LSE:EZJ) has had a turbulent journey through 2020. It's very cheap compared with its March high - but that doesn't... More »

Are FTSE mining stocks still a good buy?

FTSE mining stocks may not look that exciting compared to tech stocks, but one Fool thinks they could add a shine to your portfolio. More »

The Novacyt share price has risen 2,500% this year! Is it worth adding to your ISA?

The Novacyt share price is up! The biotech company is making Covid-19 testing kits for the UK government. But is it worth investing your... More »

The easyJet share price is taking off! But is it worth investing in?

FTSE travel stocks have opened strongly today. However, many are still uncertain about these shares. So is the easyJet share price attractive today? ... More »

£5k to invest? I’d add these cheap FTSE stocks to my portfolio now

With a ‘v-shaped recovery’ looking increasingly unlikely, one Fool argues that investors can still find cheap FTSE stocks that could make a nice profit.... More »

£1,000 to invest? I’d buy gold-mining stocks to beat the market crash

With gold prices sure to rise from central banks’ reckless QE, Toby Aston argues that mining stocks are shining bright and ready to be... More »

1 bargain stock I’d snap up before lockdown ends

Toby Aston argues that there’s light at the end of the tunnel for Cineworld, and potential profit for investors who buy shares in it... More »