Please note that I am not an accountant or lawyer and this article doesn’t represent financial advice. Always seek the help of a professional regarding your specific financial situation Tax is a complicated subject. It funds our roads, hospitals, schools and other essential services. To make it clear, I am in favour of everyone payingContinue reading “How to pay less tax in the UK”
If you are a person who at the end of the month finds they have money leftover then you should consider yourself lucky! So many people live paycheque to paycheque (or even go into debt before receiving their paycheque). If you have leftover money at the end of the month, what should you do? Well..Continue reading “What to do with leftover money at the end of the month (spoiler – it’s not to spend it!)”
One of the most exciting investment funds of 2020 has been Cathie Wood’s ARKK funds. Her active Innovation ETF154% have returned 154% in 2020, making them the highest performing active ETF on the market. Whilst historical performance in shares doesn’t mean you can expect the same in future if you are like me in EuropeContinue reading “How to invest in ARKK funds from Europe or the UK”
Here’s a couple of cracking deals if I do say so myself! The guys at FreeTrade and Trading 212 have a sign up promotion currently whereby if you create an account and deposit £1 they will give you a free share worth up to £100 with Trading 212 and £200 with FreeTrade! You don’t needContinue reading “How to earn up to €/£300 in under 5 minutes by utilising sign up bonuses”
Thinking about investing in Palantir? Read my investment thesis
Disney is a brand we all know and love. The company has been around for almost 100 years and in that time has built a formidable business in the media sector. It’s a company that until the pandemic was also consistently growing it’s dividend. But the dividend is not the only reason why I boughtContinue reading “Why I bought shares in Disney”
My top 4 tips that will help you to save for a house deposit.
One of the great things about investing is the idea of leverage. Leverage basically means that your gains (or losses) are amplified by using borrowed money. For example, if you made an investment of 10,000 into the stock market and generated a 10% return, you would have 11,000 by the end of the first year.Continue reading “Using Leverage through Money Transfer Credit Cards to generate easy wealth”