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Last Updated: August 5, 2020

Buyshares.co.uk may use cookies, web beacons, tracking pixels, and other tracking technologies when you visit our website. We use cookies to personalize content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic. We may also share information collected from your use of our site with our social media, web analytics, and advertising partners. By using Buyshares.co.uk, you consent to our use of cookies.

Use of Cookies

Cookies contain pieces of data that websites place on your computer’s hard drive in order to keep records of visitors and visitors’ behaviour. Cookies can help websites be more useful by collecting information about your preferences, which in turn allows websites to operate more efficiently.

Cookies also mean that you will be remembered when visiting a website or online service and can therefore provide a smoother user experience through features like stored searches and personalised content.

We use cookies:

(a) To optimise our website and improve user experience. Cookies help us estimate the size of our audience, monitor usage patterns and better target content and ads based on the interests of our users.

(b) To allow you to access any content and service that you have subscribed to.

You can choose to not accept the cookies we use, but if you do this, this may have a negative impact on your experience of our site and you will not be able to take advantage of some features, such as subscription-based services.

The Types of Cookies We Use

Below are the types of cookies that we use when you visit our website and their purpose.

(a) Strictly Necessary: these cookies are necessary to enable the services that you have asked for paid for,

(b) Performance: these are cookies that collect information on how users behave when they visit this site, including pages, visited and sources of traffic. These cookies are used to help us improve our website.

(c) Functionality: these cookies help us remember the choices you have previously made on our website so we can provide a more personalised experience.

(d) Advertising: these cookies are used to target more relevant adverts, and to stop you seeing the same adverts over and over.

In addition to the cookies used by our partners, third parties also use cookies to monitor their ads. We have neither control nor access to these cookies and they do not fall within our privacy policy, and as such these third parties’ use of cookies are subject to their own privacy policy.

If you follow links from our site to other websites, please note that other sites have their own own privacy and data processing policies, and we hold no responsibility or liability for these independent policies. To learn more about a particular website’s privacy and cookie policy, check that website.

You are able to modify your browser settings so that you do not accept cookies or you are notified when cookies are sent to your device. To learn more about how you can edit your acceptance of cookies, visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org,

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We reserve the right to make changes to our cookie policy at any time and for any reason. We will alert you about any changes by updating the “Last Updated” date, above. Any changes or modifications will be effective immediately upon posting the updated policy to buyshares.co.uk. You waive the right to receive specific notice of any changes or modifications to our policy. We encourage you to periodically review our cookie policy to stay informed of updates.

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Tom Chen

Tom Chen

Tom is an experienced financial analyst and a former grains derivatives day trader specializing in futures, commodities, forex, and cryptocurrency. He has over 10 years of experience in the Finance industry spanning across a day trader position at Futures First, and a web content editor and writer at FXEmpire. Tom is an expert in the areas of day trading and technical analysis as it applies to futures, cryptocurrencies, forex, and stocks. Tom’s primary interests include economics, trading, social-economic systems, technology, and politics. He has a B.A. in Economics and Management, a Journalism Feature Writing certificate from the London School of Journalism, and his work has been published on a range of publications, including Yahoo Finance, FXEmpire, and NASDAQ.com. Since 2019, Tom has been working with LearnBonds on a wide array of news articles and informative guides. He currently spends most of his time writing about various financial and technology topics and desperately trying to find ways to make the world a better place.

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