From 20th February 2016 all NatWest customers will be able to self-select an investment fund through NatWest Invest.
Mobile app Moneybox has launched with the aim of allowing users to easily save and invest with as little as £1.
Investment product provider Skandia has launched an online “Fantasy Fund Football” game with a total prize fund of £25,000.
Mashable has posted an interesting article on how Wall Street is looking to use data from social media to predict markets and ultimately influence trading decisions.
A recent research report has concluded that by analysing Twitter, it could predict the closing price of the Dow Jones index with pretty impressive accuracy. Now this research is going to be put to the test will real money.
FiveCentNickel in the US recently took a look at how to track your portfolio in Google Docs, so I thought I’d have a look and see if it worked for UK shares and funds.
Fidelity International have become the first investment fund provider to launch an iPhone app, which is dedicated to bringing you the latest fund information and news.
A new stock exchange might give you the chance to make (or equally, of course, lose) money betting on the performance of the latest Hollywood blockbuster.
Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) should be an integral part of your savings strategy, but there tends to be quite a bit of confusion about what they are and their benefits. LoveMoney gives the truth about 10 ISA myths.
Tomorrow (6th October) sees an increase in the ISA allowance for anyone who will be 50 or over by 5th April 2010 (the end of the current tax year).