Investor confidence remains in intensive care following the 2020 stock market crash. Many share-pickers feel conflicted over what to do next. Buy UK shares today and risk watching them sink again as Covid-19 batters the global economy? Or put your money somewhere more stable, but which yield staggeringly-poor returns like a Cash ISA?

I personally think the stock market crash provides a rare opportunity for you and I to supercharge our eventual returns. Some top-quality UK shares have been grossly oversold as investors hit the panic button. This allows proactive share-pickers to nip in, grab a bargain, and watch these stocks jump in value as economic conditions improve and profits rise.

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3 dirt-cheap UK shares on my watchlist

By following a few sound tips you can minimise the chances of your UK shares falling again in the near term too.

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Why do you even need a content person for influencer marketing?

After all, the influencers are providing the content. You just have to collect their pearls of wisdom, make them look pretty in a PDF, and you’re good to go, right?

I’ll confess, on my first influencer marketing project, I wasn’t quite sure what I was doing there. Over the last few years, however, I’ve come to understand the role that content marketers can play in shaping influencer content.

It’s the content lead’s job to shape the conversation with the influencer. We have to ask the right questions, and provide a structure and framework to elicit thoughtful, detailed responses.

There are a few extraordinary thought leaders who will dash off a thousand-word, amazingly insightful response to the vaguest prompt. But most folks — even those who write for a living — need more to go on than “What is the Read more

By: Kai Harris, Interim Chief Executive Officer, California Human Development

When COVID-19 struck, many nonprofits scrambled to find ways to continue operations to ensure that they could meet the needs of their clients. At California Human Development (CHD), the initial impact was similar to what other organizations were experiencing, as we quickly shifted to a work-from-home model and adapted to the ‘new normal’ in a way that would allow us to seamlessly serve our clients remotely.

In response to the pandemic, the California Department of Social Services (CDSS) announced updates to the Disaster Relief Assistance for Immigrants (DRAI) project in June. CHD was one of 12 nonprofits selected to help disburse state-funded disaster relief assistance to undocumented adults who are ineligible for other forms of federal disaster relief. We were thrilled to be part of this important initiative, but as the service provider for 24 predominantly rural counties in Northern … Read more

Has the time come to give up on the big UK banks, which are some of the worst performing FTSE 100 stocks of the last 15 years? I’m beginning to think it is. 

I like to buy bombed-out FTSE 100 stocks as much as the next contrarian, but I have to draw the line at these serial flops. Every time I reckoned Barclays (LSE: BARC), HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA) and Lloyds Banking Group (LSE: LLOY) were about to bounce back, they let me down again.

All three have been hit hard by the pandemic, and have struggled to recover. Measured over six months, Barclays and HSBC are both down around 40{429fc2506e610357e12b2a5665db82631200a2e00b3a1d8839077d76f18e2e8b}, and Barclays is down 50{429fc2506e610357e12b2a5665db82631200a2e00b3a1d8839077d76f18e2e8b}. They can’t blame all their misfortunes on Covid-19 either.

I’d beware of these FTSE 100 stocks

I’ve been wondering what the world’s greatest investor Warren Buffett would make of the UK banks right … Read more