Stock markets crashing tend to put savers off investing in shares, but there has been a sizeable rise in new investors in Britain during lockdown, reports suggest.
That came as savings rates plummeted (again) and people decided to go hunting for a bargain amid the stock market turmoil in March and April.
But who are these novice investors and what do you need to think about to get started?
On this week's podcast This is Money editor Simon Lambert tells host Georgie Frost what first timers need to know about building an investment portfolio - and gives some tips on easy ways to get started and why British isn't always best for investors.
Managers can invest in their own fund or investment trust, but how do you find out if they do - and whether they're buying or selling, and does it matter?
Meanwhile, Goldman Sachs backed Marcus Bank has pulled its best buy easy-access savings account – assistant editor Lee Boyce reveals why and how we are set to see rates tumble even further.
Should you gamble on taking a European summer holiday in July, August or September and if you are tempted, what do you need to know?
Euro 2020 should have been starting today, but at least for sport-starved fans Premier League football returns next week.
However, you'll need a major tournament-style wallchart if you plan on catching the action, with Amazon Prime, BBC, BT Sport and Sky Sports all having games on – how do you watch for the cheapest price?
And finally, property sales in England have started to edge up but apparently million-pound-plus homes in the country are leading the way. Are buyers really swapping Millionaire's Row for Millionaire's Lane?