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Important information: The value of investments can go down as well as up so you may get back less than you invest. Investors should note that the views expressed may no longer be current and may have already been acted upon. This information is not a personal recommendation for any particular investment. If you are unsure about the suitability of an investment you should speak to an authorised financial adviser.

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Graham Smith

Should investors stay or sell this May?

Putting the recent recovery into perspective

Graham Smith

Graham Smith Market Commentator - 01 May 2020

Ed Monk

Investing for beginners: making your first investment

Lots of us think we should invest but knowing where to start can be confusing.

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 23 Apr 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Beyond Corona: love in lockdown

Who said tax wasn’t romantic?

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 21 Apr 2020

Maike Currie

Today’s lesson: Adding finance to the home curriculum

Teach your kids the basics of saving and spending

Maike Currie

Maike Currie Fidelity Personal Investing - 16 Apr 2020

Ed Monk

Will tax rise to pay for Coronavirus support?

Attention is turning to repairing economic damage

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 14 Apr 2020

Maike Currie

Getting financially fit during Covid-19

Making the most of the bank holidays

Maike Currie

Maike Currie Fidelity Personal Investing - 09 Apr 2020

Tom Stevenson

Investment Outlook: same but different

Looking beyond the Corona-crisis

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 08 Apr 2020

Daniel Lane

Select 50: our analyst on fund selection

Alice Logue talks Select 50 UK funds

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 02 Apr 2020

Tom Stevenson

Three crises in one

Investors must weigh medical, economic and financial factors

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 02 Apr 2020

Daniel Lane

How are the pros tackling virus volatility?

Fund managers share their strategies

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 19 Mar 2020

Tom Stevenson

Coronavirus crisis: what to do now

How to respond to the worst market fall since 1987

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 13 Mar 2020

Emma-Lou Montgomery

5 ways to stay one step ahead in 2020

A new year - and a new decade - brings fresh opportunity

Emma-Lou Montgomery

Emma-Lou Montgomery Fidelity Personal Investing - 31 Dec 2019

Ed Monk

Conservatives pin hopes on ‘safety first’ tax plans

Tories’ timid plans on tax and spending draw a clear dividing line with Labour

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 25 Nov 2019

Tom Stevenson

How to invest for your children

The best ways to set your kids up for adult life

Tom Stevenson

Tom Stevenson Investment Director - 10 Sep 2019

Ed Monk

Could you work until age 75?

Plan to raise the state pension age may come to nothing - but the system is getting less generous

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 19 Aug 2019

Ed Monk

Retired at 31: Six lessons from extreme savers

FIRE - ‘financial independence retire early’ - is not as crazy as it sounds

Ed Monk

Ed Monk Fidelity Personal Investing - 29 Jul 2019

Jonathan Wright

Going for gold

How much gold should you hold?

Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright Fidelity Personal Investing - 09 Jul 2019

Jonathan Wright

The economic effects of Britain’s ageing workforce

Flexible pension provision will be key

Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright Fidelity Personal Investing - 28 Jun 2019

Daniel Lane

Graduating? Here are two money tips

Don’t let saving be a worry

Daniel Lane

Daniel Lane Fidelity Personal Investing - 25 Jun 2019

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