ArchivesMagazine - 10 May 2018Direct Line is a belting dividend play Strong brands and limited exposure to price comparison sites gives the company an advantage 10 May 2018|Larger Companies Issue: 10 May 2018 - Page 40 < Why using a Cash Lifetime ISA for retirement could be a costly mistake Bahamas Petroleum eyes deal with major oil firm > Issue: 10 May 2018 - Page 40 | Contents Next: Bahamas Petroleum eyes deal with major oil firm Previous: Why using a Cash Lifetime ISA for retirement could be a costly mistake Find out how to deal online from £1.50 in a SIPP, ISA or Dealing account. David Stevenson Issue Contents Editor's View The dangers of ignoring dividend growth rates Great Ideas You could make a lot of money from Rolls-Royce shares Building the Ibstock buy case brick by brick Great Ideas Update Shares in Alpha Financial Markets Consulting shoot up Share price rally calls time on MPAC value prospect Investment Trusts This investment trust has a really clever way of picking stocks What has gone wrong at Woodford Patient Capital? Larger Companies Direct Line is a belting dividend play Main Feature How much money can you make from investing? Money Matters Why using a Cash Lifetime ISA for retirement could be a costly mistake How does equity release help with retirement planning? News Games Workshop’s looming growth battle What is behind the FTSE 100’s big comeback? Bleak water industry prospects are putting off investors Ranger Direct Lending resists calls to be wound up Why new car sales jump is a false dawn Fund manager calls the top of the market Russ Mould Is it time to embrace or escape from emerging markets? Smaller Companies Bahamas Petroleum eyes deal with major oil firm Story In Numbers Facing up to the new virtual reality More jam tomorrow from Ocado Cheers for change at Johnston Press Talking Point Are investors getting fed up with share buybacks? Under The Bonnet The bull and bear case for retailer Next Week Ahead Liberty cable deal adds spice to Vodafone results Will Patisserie deliver sweet trading? Are UK REIT discounts justified?