Welcome to another Fool Diamond Jubilee special!
During this long holiday weekend, we thought you'd like to catch up on some of your Foolish reading. We've published plenty of great articles during recent weeks, and today seems a good time to present you with some of the best.
So as you wrap up the flags, take down the bunting, remove your special Foolish hat, and put away that souvenir mug, just sit back and read up on some Foolish investment thoughts you may have missed. You never know -- with the FTSE 100
Here are the links to click:
7 Stocks I'll Retire On
Fool U.K. boss Jill Ralph lists her top blue chips for buy-and-forget investors. Her picks include GlaxoSmithKline
20 Giants for a 6% Dividend Yield
Dividend devotee Cliff D'Arcy trawls the market and lists 20 megacap firms that pay a handsome income while you wait for growth.
Tesco, Tarzan, and Me
TV pundit David Kuo bumps into Baron Heseltine, and both find they agree on Tesco (OTC: TSCDY) remaining a remarkable success story.
6 Top Oil and Gas Shares for 2012
Resources guru Roland Head outlines the prospects of some popular oil and gas explorers and their chances of hitting the big time.
Planning for the Great Share-Price Apocalypse
The four horsemen are still circling the markets, but canny trader Harvey Jones wonders whether we can all afford to wait for the end of the world.
Buying the FTSE Just Got Cheaper
Tracker expert Malcolm Wheatley assesses Vanguard's new range of ETFs, where costs start at just 0.09% a year.
Which Share Should I Buy Next?
Novice Fool Andrew "Andy" Paul already owns 15 shares and wants to know if he should now buy Vodafone and SSE.
Why I Buy Share Tips
Not everybody has the time to pick their own winners, including Fool accountant Barry James. Tips he has bought include BP
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