We chatted to IronRidge Resources' CEO Vincent Mascolo who explains why the company has become a lithium explorer. Watch the video here.
interactive investor is an online investment service in the United Kingdom, founded in 1995. It provides financial information, as well as investment tools. It is the UK's biggest flat-fee investment platform, with £36 billion of assets under administration, over 300,000 customers and more than one million users.
interactive investor's head of equity strategy Lee Wild names half-a-dozen exciting stocks he thinks will do well this year. Lee says: "Prices for many UK shares have risen sharply in the first few weeks of the new year, but there are still plenty of companies worth owning in 2021." The full article, with explanations and extra analysis on each company, will be published on the interactive investor website soon. You can read it, along with all of Lee's other content, on the interactive investor website here: https://www.ii.co.uk/authors/lee-wild
Andrew Hore’s tips for 2020 returned an average of 70%. Find out which small-cap shares our award-winning AIM expert is backing this time. The full article, with explanations and extra analysis on each company, was published on New Year's Eve. You can read it, along with all of Andrew's other content, on the interactive investor website here: https://www.ii.co.uk/authors/andrew-hore The 2020 recommendations will be a hard act to follow, but this year’s picks offer opportunities for a significant uplift in share price by the end of 2021, and some also provide income. They are predominantly UK-focused, although there is some exposure to wider international markets.
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