Meet Steve Miley

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Steve Miley

Senior Writer

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Steve Miley has won numerous awards from Technical Analyst Magazine, including "Best Independent Fixed Income" and "Best FX Research." As a Member of the Society of Technical Analysts, Steve holds a Masters Degree in Politics, Philosophy & Economics from Lincoln College, Oxford University.

Steve’s previous positions include director of the FX Technical Analysis Research Strategy team at Credit Suisse; and 15 years with Merrill Lynch — 10 years as a technical analyst and five years in fixed-income sales.

As lead writer for the U.K. StockBrokers.com Annual Review, Steve exhaustively tests top online brokerages in the U.K. and analyses their offerings for both everyday and advanced investors. In addition to his work on U.K. share dealing research for StockBrokers.com, Steve is the founder of The Market Chartist, where he provides market research for institutional clients. Steve also contributes daily market editorial for FXExplained.co.uk.

Steve lives near Cambridge in the U.K. with his wife and three sons.

Latest Articles

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Interactive Brokers UK Review

Professional traders are brilliantly serviced with the trading tools, range of investments, and capabilities of Interactive Brokers. Less-experienced traders can take advantage of the low commissions.

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Best UK Trading Platforms 2022

Choosing the right online broker for you is important; fees, investment options, trading tools, market research and educational materials vary among U.K. share dealing brokers. See our top picks.

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Saxo Markets Review

Saxo Markets offers U.K. residents a great share dealing experience by combining the robust SaxoTraderGO trading platform with over 30,000 international products to trade across 40 global exchanges.

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Best Stock Trading Apps UK 2022

The best UK mobile trading apps appeal to all levels of trading skill — beginner, active trader, and longer-term investor. Check out our top picks here.

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Trading 212 Review

Trading 212 offers low-cost trading without lots of bells and whistles. Though tools, research and scope of investments are limited, its user-friendliness and pricing may make an attractive option.

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Freetrade Review

Freetrade's low-cost, commission-free model allows trading of fractional shares with a user-friendly mobile trading app, and good-quality educational offerings. However, there is no online platform.

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Capital.com Review

Capital.com makes its mark with zero commissions and no “hidden” charges. Limited offering of investment options and lack of a desktop trading platform stops the broker from being a complete package.

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eToro Review

eToro’s zero-commission stock trades, user-friendly platform and robust copy-trading option make it an attractive choice of broker; but research and range of investments trail some of its competitors.

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Interactive Investor Review

Interactive Investor, or ii, is a good choice for investors who want research reports and in-house recommendations for funds. But the broker’s fees, platforms, and tools trail competitors.

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Hargreaves Lansdown Review

Hargreaves Lansdown provides a thorough selection of investment options, high-quality research, alongside an excellent mobile app. Conversely, pricing is expensive and charting tools are just average.

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