There can be few better sites for the private investor than this smorgasbord of the useful. Moneyworld (www.moneyworld.co.uk) has everything from the immediately handy (a personal income tax calculator, tourist currency rates, near-current share prices and a daily business round-up are among its features) and the eminently practical (finding the best mortgage or travel insurance) to rather more sophisticated functions. Perhaps the best of these is its 'portfolio service' which allows you to construct a portfolio of your shares. Once you have your basket, the site will show you how it has performed (relative to the FTSE index, for example) using easy-to-understand graphics. There are also a vast number of links to related sites and, best of all (as the entire thing is paid for by advertisers), the whole lot is free.
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