Forget gold and Cash ISAs! I’d buy cheap UK shares after the stock market crash

The stock market crash appears to have pushed some investors away from UK shares and towards less risky assets such as gold and Cash ISAs.



a close up of a glass building: A stock price graph showing declines, possibly in FTSE 100


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A stock price graph showing declines, possibly in FTSE 100

In the short run, this could prove to be a sound move. Indexes such as the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 face uncertain futures that could produce paper losses for investors.

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However, in the long run, a portfolio of stocks is likely to outperform less risky assets. Therefore, with share prices currently low, now could be the right time to focus your portfolio on the stock market.

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