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Week 07: Coronavirus (again), HS2, Recession Fear & Portfolio Update

Background

The spike in coronavirus deaths, shuffle in the UK government cabinet with the chancellor of the exchequer’s resignation and the eurozone growth slow down were the main talks of the town during the week.

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Free shares from Freetrade – Its tiny but full of fun!

Free shares from Freetrade - It’s tiny but full of fun!

I briefly explained how I found and started using Freetrade in an earlier portfolio update post. If you don’t know what is Freetrade, here is a short intro – Freetrade is an UK-based financial app which offers freemium (free and paid) share dealing services. It takes minutes to set up an account and start trading.

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Week 06: Temporary Market Recovery, Portfolio Updates & More

Week 6: Temporary Market Recovery, My Portfolio Updates & More

Background

The market opened in a positive mood on Monday, and FTSE 100 was almost 3% up at the end of Thursday trading. However, it fell back to red due to the news of further coronavirus spread throughout the world, the European and Chinese market slowdown, etc.

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Week 05: Markets & Portfolios Dropped as Coronavirus Continues Its Havoc

Week 5 - Portfolio Investing

Background

I have been investing in shares for over the last 3/4 years. Like any other newbie investor, I have made mistakes in the past, and I am probably still making a few mistakes. However, I am, also, learning many new things every day. So I have decided to write a weekly column about the market, my portfolio, and investing opportunities. I honestly hope this will be useful to someone out there, one day.

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Thank you, Google… for keeping the Removals tool!

Thank you, Google... for keeping the Removals tool!

When Google moved the Google Webmasters Tool to Google Search Console, the webmasters’ communities were terrified to see that many of the useful technical SEO tools were missing. Remove URLs tool was one of them. Time upon time, webmasters asked Google about their migration plan, but Google kept its lip tight, “we can’t tell you what we are doing”!

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Coronavirus is creating mayhem in the financial markets. One of the two things I am doing right now!

Coronavirus is creating mayhem in the financial markets. One of the two things I am doing right now!

Coronavirus continues to spread all over the world. As of now, according to the Chinese media, at least about 81 died and 3000 people have been affected across China and elsewhere. Almost every hour, the news media is showing news about newly affected patients.
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This is why I stopped paying for monthly phone contracts, and why you should too!

Why did I stop getting Pay Monthly Phone contracts? And you should do too!

I have no shame admitting that a few years ago I was paying for two monthly phone contracts. I wanted to use both Android and iOS phones, so I was paying around £80 per month. I don’t smoke and I didn’t have a takeaway coffee habit, so I was kind of justifying paying for the luxury.

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How to Recover from Google Core Algorithm Update Traffic Drop?

How to recover from Google Core Update penalty?

First of all, I would like to iterate that Google Core Algorithm Update is not a penalty. Time after time, Google, especially John Mueller, discussed it in different forums, sessions, chats and videos. You can read one of the articles on Search Engine Journal.

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