How to interpret the P/E ratio
The Price to Earnings ratio (P/E ratio) can can hide a number of subtleties, so it's important to understand what you're looking at when interpreting the data.
What is a capital dividend?
Keep reading to learn more about how capital dividends work, the advantages and disadvantages of capital dividends and how you can track them in Sharesight.
What are custodial vs. non-custodial investments?
We explain the purpose of a custodian, the difference between custodial and non-custodial investments, and the potential risks of these third-party investments.
6 key metrics every dividend investor must track
This post explains what dividend investing is, 6 key metrics dividend investors should be tracking and how investors can track dividend stocks in Sharesight.
What is an ISA in the UK?
Keep reading to learn how ISAs work, including the benefits of investing with an ISA, what you can invest in and why you should track your ISA with Sharesight.
Good returns start with quality, independent information
Self-directed investors need an automated solution that provides quality, independent information and actionable insights – not just vague stock data.
Why share registries aren't enough
Investors often think they're seeing their whole portfolio picture by logging into their share registry. This is simply not the case.
What is a cumulative dividend?
Keep reading to learn how cumulative dividends work, the pros and cons of receiving cumulative dividends and how to keep track of dividends with Sharesight.
Spotlight on the ‘S’ of ESG: The rise of social factors
In this article, we explore the meaning behind social factors, as well as the risks and challenges when assessing these issues as part of ESG investing.
What are short-term vs long-term capital gains?
This blog post explains the difference between short-term and long-term capital gains, and how Australian investors can use Sharesight to calculate their CGT.
What is diversification in investing?
Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of diversification, different diversification strategies and how to track your diversification with Sharesight.
What is a Listed Investment Company (LIC)?
LICs are listed investment vehicles popular with Australian investors that are both easy to access and offer a number of advantages vs other investment funds.