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For Angel Investors

Exciting fintech trends in 2021

Financial technology – fintech – is an exciting, emerging industry which has been disrupting the traditional financial services approaches since the early 2010s. The rise of smartphones has been a prominent driver behind this innovation – facilitating solutions in cryptocurrency, investing and borrowing. The common…
burevaladmin
July 18, 2021
For Angel Investors

How higher earners can invest tax-efficiently

Bure Valley Group is an investment introducer platform which links successful investors with exciting, innovative UK startups seeking funding. This content is for information purposes only and should not be taken as financial or investment advice.  Typically, where there are profits to be made there…
burevaladmin
July 8, 2021
For Angel Investors

The quirks and rewards of tech stocks

Investing in technology typically involves investing in tech stocks such as companies producing semiconductors or providing software. Prominent examples in 2021 include Apple, Microsoft and Google. Investors are often attracted to tech stocks due to their huge scalability and growth potential, as well as innovation…
burevaladmin
June 25, 2021
For Angel Investors

What affects crypto prices?

Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin are renowned for their price volatility. Indeed, even in the last week (writing in June 2021), the price of Bitcoin dropped to $31,760 – down from its 2021 highpoint of over $63,000 and down 8% on the day, with ether and…
burevaladmin
June 25, 2021
For Angel Investors

6 things to know about EIS in 2021

The vast majority of the UK’s 5.9m businesses are small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs), employing 3/5 workers in the private sector – and comprising over 50% of the turnover. Small businesses are also the area where exceptional, accelerated growth potential can be found by…
burevaladmin
June 4, 2021
For Angel Investors

3 Ways To Invest In Cloud Computing

In 2021, it’s hard to remember a time without The Cloud. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the pace of home/remote working, offices and freelance workers have been moving more to cloud-based software to complete tasks (e.g. Google Docs). Popular mobile apps like Dropbox and…
Phil Teale
May 26, 2021