Investing

  • ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ with Nikki Ramskill

    NIKKI RAMSKILL FEMALE INVESTOR

    Welcome back to another post in my ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ series, where we talk women and investing. It has been great to interview women at different stages of their investing journey. There are a lot of common themes coming through. This week I am showcasing Nikki Ramskill of The Female Money Doctor. Nikki is also […]

  • Investing : A Woman’s Perspective With Lynn James

    Welcome to the next profile in my ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ series, all about ordinary women who invest. This week features Lynn James of Mrs Mummypenny. I love her honesty about her disasters with stock picking! Firstly, tell us about yourself? I am Lynn James and I live in Knebworth, Herts with my husband […]

  • Investing : a woman’s perspective with Tuppenny

    An interview with Tuppenny - a women's perspective n investing

    This week’s profile in my ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ series is really great and I think you are going to enjoy it as much as I did. Our featured guest is a long time investor who has experience of the highs and lows of investing, having seen the dot.com crash in 2000 and ridden the […]

  • Investing : a woman’s perspective with Corinna

    Welcome to the next instalment of my ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ series designed to get ordinary women talking about investing. Today’s ‘women who invest’ profile features financial independence seeker Corinna, of Inspiring Life Design. Corinna is really clear on her goal to retire early and is using investing as her tool to achieve this goal. […]

  • Investing : a woman’s perspective with Joleisa

    Welcome to the third profile in my ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ series designed to get ordinary women interested in investing. This week features self-confessed ‘scaredy cat’ investors – frugal lifestyle blogging twins Jo and Leisa from Joleisa. Firstly, tell us about yourself? We are Jo and Leisa, twin 51-year-old teachers who live in Birmingham. […]

  • Make Your Money Work For You : Let’s Talk Investing

    is investing for everyone? Man has lots of devices to help with investing - paper, phone and computer

    Please be aware that any form of stock market investment can go up and down over time. You may want to consider advice from a qualified financial advisor before opening a Stocks and Shares ISA. Most of us would like to have more money, am I correct? It’s true that money doesn’t buy happiness but […]