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Tom Rodgers

The stock up 50% that I missed in 2019. And how I’m changing for 2020!

We all have our Stocks That Got Away. The ones we didn't buy and watched as the share price exploded. Here's how I'll avoid... More »

£10k to invest? Why I’d buy Lindsell Train Global Equity Fund and hold it for 20 years

The Lindsell Train Global Equity Fund would be my first £10,000 investment in my Stocks and Shares ISA. Tom Rodgers explains why. More »

How Warren Buffett is making his family richer in 2020. I’d copy him!

Tom Rodgers discovers there's one surefire way to make your family richer in 2020, and Warren Buffett does it every year. More »

3 of the best index funds I say beginner investors will love

For beginners and young investors there's really nothing better than an index fund to grow wealth. Here are three of the best, Tom Rodgers... More »

3 ways I’m using value investing to grow my wealth in 2020

These simple tips can help us follow the world's richest people into value investing as a considered and reasonable way to make money in... More »

Forget the £42m EuroMillions jackpot! Here’s how I’d make life-changing money for real

We know Euromillions is pie in the sky. Here's how I'd actually get richer using the money I'd spend on lottery tickets, says Tom... More »

3 New Year’s resolutions to make you a better investor

These New Year's resolutions for investing are your best chance to start off 2020 with a bang, says Tom Rodgers. More »

After the £4bn Cobham sale, which UK defence shares do I think will make the most money in 2020?

The UK defence sector is taking advantage of huge spending increases worldwide with massive contract wins. More »

The 3 best investing books for Christmas that I think will make you richer and happier

Christmas is a time to relax with your family. And when you're bored with that, skip off to read the best investing books for... More »

I think Games Workshop is a perfect share to retire on

For a share that is up 1,075% in the last five years, this FTSE 250 games firm is still a compelling investment, argues Tom... More »

2 boring but booming growth stocks I think will soar in 2020

Growing real wealth requires a sharp eye for undervalued stocks. I think these two could make investors richer in 2020. More »

2 FTSE 100 dividend shares at cheap valuations I think will make you money in 2020

These FTSE 100 dividend shares are going at cheap valuations right now and will pay you back many times over, says Tom Rodgers More »

The 13% yield share I think you should sell and the 6.5% yield I think will make you richer

Selling poor performers for big-profit FTSE 100 shares that will make you richer for years to come is a no-brainer, says Tom Rodgers. More »

Tesco share price investors eye big payout with this news. Here’s what I’d do now

Tesco could ring up £7.2bn off the back of this news. That means a bumper Christmas payout for shareholders, so should you become one? More »

No savings in your 40s? Here’s how you can still get rich and retire early

Facing retirement with no savings is a scary prospect at any age. Trusting in the magic of compound interest is your best shot at... More »

What would Warren Buffett do about these cheap shares?

International investors are starting to look to the UK for bargains. What would the Sage of Omaha say about these shares? More »

How I’d invest £10k for big growth in 2020

2020 is going to be choppy. But aim high with these growth shares and you could come out smiling, says Tom Rodgers. More »

The UK dividend ETFs I think income investors will love

I think UK dividend ETFs offer your best opportunity to make passive income while you sleep. Here are my top choices. More »

Forget Bitcoin! I’d get rich for a comfortable retirement like this instead

There are better ways to get rich for a happy retirement than blowing your hard-earned money on Bitcoin, says Tom Rodgers. More »

Forget a Cash ISA! I think these 6.6% dividends build better retirement wealth

Want to retire in comfort? Ignore a Cash ISA and buy big dividend-payers instead, says Tom Rodgers. More »