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What is an investment? the best UK investment blogs For 2020

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The Share Centre has been crowned the UK's best stockbroker by independent financial services research organisation Investment Trends for the fourth year in the row.

The investment supermarket was given the accolade after recording the highest overall client satisfaction in the independent study of Britain's retail investing market which took into account responses from 13,869 investors and traders.

While positive reviews have their place, when it comes when mulling over what investment platform to use, investors should take a closer look at what the platform offers to ensure that it is the best for what they seek to do.

What is an investment?

An investment – or investing – is a long way from putting your cash in a bank account where it sits to earn interest. An investment is a gamble: instead of the security of guaranteed returns, you're taking a risk with your money. The hope is that you make a lot more than you put in (a juicy profit), but there's the possibility you end up with less (a nasty loss).

You can invest in almost anything, from the most mainstream popular targets...
  • Shares
  • Bonds
  • Funds
  • Government bonds (gilts)
  • UK property market

... to the rather more exotic, such as...
  • Farmland
  • Vintage cars
  • Wine
  • Fledgling technology firms
  • Art, eg, paintings, sculptures

Being a good investor is all about education. There are so many facets to investing, that one person or blog just doesn't have everything. In fact, you can spend years and years researching investing topics, and there will still be things to learn or stones left to turn. That's why it's important to turn to the best investing blogs.

This is the sixth edition of the best investing blogs to follow. We started this list to put together a single resource of amazing investors and their blogs - and over time that list has changed and evolved.

So, if you want to continue to learn and read about interesting investment ideas, follow the investing blogs on this list. While they might not all be professional investors (although some are and make a living from it), they all write about their experiences and share their knowledge.

Get your bookmarks ready, here are the best investing blogs of 2020. At the end of the post, we also include a round-up of all the investing blogs we could find.

3 of the best UK investment blogs to follow

What is an investment? the best UK investment blogs For 2020
The internet can be an incredible resource for valuable and helpful investment guides and advice, not just for funny cat videos. Want to read some more into investment and finance? Here are six of the best UK investment blogs you should be reading.

Financial advice blog – The Motley Fool – https://www.fool.co.uk/

You might think that a blog with the word ‘fool’ in the title might be something to avoid rather than follow and take inspiration from, but with a purpose statement of making the world “Smarter, happier, and richer”, The Motley Fool makes for quite the popular resource. Established over 20 years ago and covering a wide range of different relevant topics, from up-to-date news, to general blog posts, to guides, the ‘Full-time fools’ and ‘foolish freelancers’ produce a ton of different content. The blog is easy to navigate and use, and is a great resource for anyone looking to become more savvy with their money, and also perhaps look into investment as a financial strategy for the future.

Split into different sections at the top of the site, the Motley Fool gives the latest share tips and guides on how to invest, retirement planning, and personal finance. Thinking of looking into and investing in the stock market as a way of achieving financial freedom? Alongside the latest news and trends on the stock market, the site also gives clear cut advice on investing basics, how to buy shares, and also how to build a solid share portfolio. Investing in the stock market can at times be a volatile and uncertain practice, and so it’s good to have as much knowledge as you can on the field.

Property Investment blog UK – Property reporter – https://www.propertyreporter.co.uk/

Property Reporter is a news site dedicated to property investment specifically, and so if this is an asset class that you’re particularly interested in, it might be worth looking into. As stated above, investment markets are constantly changing and adapting into different things, so you need to keep your eye on developing stories and news pieces as they come out in order to keep you on track. Property Reporter, a property investment blog UK wide, is one of the many sites out there that does just that.

As part of a wider brand encompassing three different sites, Property Reporter is connected to two additional sites also, Commercial Reporter – which offers features and news on the ongoings in the general commercial business sector – and Financial Reporter – keeping you up to date on news to do with, you guessed it, finance.

Investment advice blog – Skint Dad – https://skintdad.co.uk/

Another successful investment blog for beginners that has been featured in the likes of The Mirror, the Daily Express and on BBC Radio, Skint Dad is a great resource for those with a family and young children to look out for. Not only does this website offer some great starting investment strategies for those with no savings stored away, but there are some helpful savings strategies outlined which might help you to get some starting cash together quite quickly.

Everyone loves to win something for free, and so as an extra component, Skint Dad also has a competition section, where you can win different prizes and gifts just for visiting. Even if you don’t get lucky, there’s always a nice piece highlighting some different offers and freebies available from high-street stores. They might not help you to establish a long-term investment portfolio, but every little helps, and the tips and tricks on this site might help you to get into a more positive savings mindset, which will, in turn, affect your overall investment prospects.

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