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Three rules to follow if you’re looking for investment success

At Dabbl, we want to make buying shares as accessible as we possibly can – for everyone. To help with this, we’re running a series of blog posts covering a wide range of topics which impact the world of business, finance and investing. These snapshots have been carefully crafted to cut through the jargon and …

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How to invest, and do good!

Investing is all about making a better future for yourself, so it’s a case of backing the company that will give you the best return, both through capital growth and dividend payments, right? That certainly used to be the established way of thinking and by default it was believed that any investment strategy deviating from …

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Better than expected profits for facebook

Facebook – the social media giant, published its latest results last night. Despite surging profits, these came with something of a warning. Advertising revenue growth is tipped to fall throughout the remainder of the year. The company is now hunting out alternative revenue raising methods with the timeline for this reaching a saturation point. Shares …

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Theresa May and the markets

There’s a line that is often tossed around the financial world, and that’s around how much the markets detest uncertainty. We saw a good example of this on Tuesday morning when Downing Street announced that the Prime Minister would be making a statement from the steps of No. 10 at 11.15am. This is a rare …

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Myths of the Markets

Despite their reputation for ruthless efficiency, financial markets remain awash with folklore. A few months back, we touched on the Santa rally, the period of time around Christmas where the markets allegedly see a rise. Shares did move slightly higher last December, but it was arguably due to the over-promising Trump administration than a man …

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