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Buying Endowment Policies
Choosing the Right Financial Advisor
Choosing Your Shares and Investments
Endowment Policies Explained
Ethical Investing
Expert Fund Tips
Guaranteed Income Bonds
Investing 101
Bonds and Gilts Explained
Fund Supermarkets Explained
Avoiding Investment Rip-offs and Financial Scams
Investment Strategies
Warrants and Options: What's the Difference
Survive a Stormy Market, Market Downturns, and Market Turmoil
Managing Your Portfolio
National Savings Premium Bonds
A Guide to Sector Funds
Selling Endowment Policies
Share Dealing
Spread Betting
Tax-Free Investing
Top Stocks For 2008
Tracker Funds
Venture Capital Trusts
Zero Dividend Preference Shares Explained
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Investment Articles
Investment Articles
The world of investments can be a tricky place with a vocabulary all its own.  MyMoneyHelp is here to help you navigate through funds, stocks, gilts, bnds, warrants, options, endowment policies, fund supermarkets, and much more!
Buying Endowment Policies
Buying Endowment Policies
Endowment policies are life assurance contracts, designed to pay a lump sum at the end of a set period or in the event of an early death, depending on which comes first. Find out more!
Choosing the Right Financial Advisor
Choosing the Right Financial Advisor
In a world where consumers are faced with a wide range of investment products, the need for a financial advisor becomes increasingly important. Here's what to look for in a financial advisor.
Choosing Your Shares and Investments
Choosing Your Shares and Investments
Being in tune with what is going on in the financial world goes a long way in choosing shares and choosing investments as the timing of your share buying is as crucial as the type of share you buy.
Endowment Policies Explained
Endowment Policies Explained
Mortgage endowment policies were very popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s, being sold on the belief that they would build enough money by saving and investing to pay off the mortgage capital loan.
Ethical Investing
Ethical Investing
Ethical investing or socially responsible investing (SRI) simply means a thorough screening of equities of various companies by investors to rule out those they do not like due to various ethical reasons.
Expert Fund Tips
Expert Fund Tips
The year 2007 ended with a very turbulent stock market, and expert fund tips anticipate is for more of the same throughout at least the early part of 2008. Find out more expert fund tips for 2008!
Guaranteed Income Bonds
Guaranteed Income Bonds
Guaranteed income bond (GIB) or growth bonds are short term life assurance contracts, which guarantee a fixed income over a fixed term. See if a GIB is right for you.
Investing 101
Investing 101
Most investors, though, through investing want to maximise the profit they achieve whilst minimising risk. This is the skill to successful investing. Learn more about funds and how to make a profit!
Bonds and Gilts Explained
Bonds and Gilts Explained
Are you a little unclear about the difference between bonds and gilts? We're here to help! Here we take a closer look at savings bonds and gilts.
Fund Supermarkets Explained
Fund Supermarkets Explained
In general terms, a fund supermarket is a website providing a convenient way to invest in collective investment funds. Find out more about fund supermarkets and if they're right for you!
Avoiding Investment Rip-offs and Financial Scams
Avoiding Investment Rip-offs and Financial Scams
Avoiding investment rip-offs and avoiding investment scams means remaining vigilant and wary about the information you are being asked to hand over. Here are more tips for staying safe.
Investment Strategies
Investment Strategies
Is it worth having investment strategies or do external influences have such a great impact on the way the market moves that investment strategies are a waste of time? Find out. 
Warrants and Options: What's the Difference
Warrants and Options: What's the Difference
When considering your investment portfolio, it's good to know about warrants and options.  Here we take a closer look at warrants and options.
Survive a Stormy Market
Survive a Stormy Market, Market Downturns, and Market Turmoil
When looking at the stock market and seeing a screen of red, every single amateur investor must realise that this is only a temporary state of affairs. Stormy markets will always come to an end. 
Managing Your Portfolio
Managing Your Portfolio
Having decided to build an investment portfolio, it is vital that you are managing your portfolio properly. The most important rule for successful investment portfolio management is diversity.
National Savings Premium Bonds
National Savings Premium Bonds
Every month there is a National Savings Premium Bonds prize draw with two one million pound prizes up for grabs, plus more than a million other tax-free cash prizes. Learn more about this opportunity!
A Guide to Sector Funds
A Guide to Sector Funds
The ability to focus is part of the drive behind sector funds. These are mutual funds that invest in a particular industry sector. However, sector investing can also be powerful and dangerous. Learn more.
Selling Endowment Policies
Selling Endowment Policies
You can cash in your endowment policies in two ways. You can either accept the company's surrender value, or you can start selling endowment policies to the second-hand or traded endowment market.
Share Dealing
Share Dealing
When you buy shares, you are buying a percentage of that company in the expectation that you will make money on the deal. Read more about share dealing.
Spread Betting
Spread Betting
Spread betting or financial spread betting is based on the statistical analysis and applications of set odds; in essence, it is the first differential of betting. Is spread betting right for you?
Tax-Free Investing
Tax-Free Investing
Tax-free investing is very appealing to investors, but there are few places where this can be achieved. Here's what you need to know about tax free investments and where to find them!
Top Stocks For 2008
Top Stocks For 2008
It is predicted that companies which have good growth prospects and strong balance sheets should continue to outperform in 2008 and be the top stocks for 2008. Here's your guide to the best for this year.
Tracker Funds
Tracker Funds
Tracker funds became popular as the stock market was on the rise, as they took the risk out of self-investing. Learn more about tracker funds and the role they play in the market today.
Venture Capital Trusts
Venture Capital Trusts
Venture Capital Trusts provide a way in which private investors can invest in companies they hope will make it big in the future. Learn more about venture capital!
Zero Dividend Preference Shares Explained
Zero Dividend Preference Shares Explained
Zero dividend preference shares, also known as ZDPs or zeros, deliver no income, but give a pre-set rate of capital growth.  So, what are zero dividend preference shares for and who buys them?
 
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