How to invest stocks with little money to buy breakfast with gold? Millions face British Gas price hike: Energy bills for dual fuel customers will increase by an average of 5. Now is the time when investors rush to fill up their Isas before the tax year ends in April. And despite being told since last April that they shouldn’t leave it until the last minute, many investors will have done just that.

But the stock market’s wobbles this year have reminded investors that shares don’t only go up, leaving many slightly nervous. We get Catriona Reed, of Seven IM’s, tips for what investors should think about when investing in a stocks and shares Isa – and some bright spots that they could consider investing in. Tax relief and tax-free dividends, should you invest in a VCT? Should investors be fearful or greedy right now? As house prices slow and tax bites, is buy-to-let still worth doing? Britain is leaving the EU, but should Brexit-hit investors dive in? Are stockmarkets too expensive to invest right now?

Is it time to invest in Europe? John Redwood: Has the French election rescued the euro? Will shares go off the boil or keep on rising? Can you profit from the growing Chinese middle-class? Who is buying gold now and is it set to rise again? Should investors worry about political upheaval? Will President Donald Trump prove to be good for investors?

Is now a good time to buy emerging markets? Can investors make money by keeping it simple? Where should you invest and what should you avoid after Brexit? Can the good times return for investors?

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