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Tom Rodgers

Tom is a freelance financial writer working for some of the biggest and most prominent investing websites in the world.

The Lloyds share price drops to 30p. Here’s what I’d do now

The Lloyds share price is near historic lows. So should wise investors jump on board to make large capital gains? Or swerve it all... More »

Why stock market crash round 2 could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to buy bargain shares

Another stock market crash could produce attractive buying opportunities for investors with long-term outlooks, says Tom Rodgers. More »

How I’d invest to make a £1m in a Stocks and Shares ISA

A Stocks and Shares ISA worth £1m is perfectly possible, says Tom Rodgers. But without this key element you won't succeed. More »

Think a second stock market crash is coming? The FTSE 100 share I’d buy now

The FTSE 100 shares to buy now aren't always the ones you think. Especially if a second stock market crash is coming in 2020. More »

Want to be a SIPP millionaire? I’d follow these 3 C’s to get rich

Ask any SIPP millionaire their habits and you'll find the answers remarkably similar. This is what you really need to know, says Tom Rodgers. More »

2 cheap FTSE 100 shares yielding 7% or more! I’m buying

Cheap FTSE 100 shares paying yields over 7%? We'd all like to own at least one. Tom Rodgers finds two he thinks you should... More »

The 2 best FTSE 100 shares I’d buy now

The best FTSE 100 shares to create wealth combine high quality with huge value. I think these two should be at the top of... More »

The best cheap FTSE 100 shares I’d buy right now

Cheap FTSE 100 shares can be your best portfolio winners. Tom Rodgers says he would choose Centrica as a contrarian buy. More »

I think the IAG share price will take off again. Here’s why

The IAG share price is facing severe short-term headwinds. Recovery won't happen until 2023. But could it be the contrarian buy of the decade? More »

State Pension under attack! How I’m investing now to thrive in retirement

The State Pension could lose its triple lock, leaving those approaching retirement in serious financial jeopardy. Here's what I'd do right now. More »

Is the Aston Martin share price a classic bargain to snap up?

The Aston Martin share price is 92% cheaper than at IPO. It makes the sexiest cars on the planet, but is the British racing... More »

£5k to invest in a JISA? This is the only FTSE 100 fund I’d buy

FTSE 100 funds are a great start to a JISA and there's only one I'd buy immediately for compound gains, says Tom Rodgers. More »

SIPP investing ideas: 3 bargain FTSE 100 shares I’d hold for 30 years

These 3 SIPP investing ideas combine bargain FTSE 100 blue-chip shares with proven quality. Tom Rodgers looks for bargains galore. More »

Is the Greatland Gold share price, up 600%, a millionaire-maker?

The Greatland Gold share price has soared this year. Will it make investors rich though? Tom Rodgers investigates. More »

Here’s how I’d turn a £10k JISA into £50k

These JISA investing ideas could turn £10k into £50k, says Tom Rodgers. All you need is time and a helping hand. More »

5 high-yield UK REITs I’d buy in June

UK REITs pay out cracking high yields to canny investors, if you're wise enough to choose the right option. More »

Why I’d invest £20k in rocketing FAANG stocks with this FTSE 100 fund

Tech stocks like the FAANG group are driving the stock market recovery. There's a simple way to buy into this massive growth with a... More »

How I’m investing now as the FTSE 100 recovery continues

There's a simple answer to how you should be investing now. Here is exactly what I'm doing as the FTSE 100 recovery marches on.... More »

2 FTSE 100 dividend shares yielding 8% that I’d buy today

High-yield FTSE 100 dividend shares are few and far between for income seekers right now. These two are great options to profit from cheaper... More »

Here’s how I plan to retire with a £1m Stocks and Shares ISA

Making a million pounds is achievable. All you need are these tips, time, and compound gains, says Tom Rodgers. More »