What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file containing data that is stored on your computer or mobile device once you visit a website. Cookies vary in their duration, some are stored indefinitely and others for shorter times. Cookies can be created both by the site you are visiting – ‘first party’ cookies, and by other sites that interact with the one you are visiting – ‘third party’ cookies.
If you don’t want Jupiter to place cookies on your device there are a number of options available to you. You can modify your own browser settings to either:
- reject all cookies
- only allow ‘trusted’ sites to write cookies or
- only accept cookies from www.jupiteronline.com
Should you delete your cookie history, this may affect your experience of our website – the preferences selected on your previous visits to the site will not be remembered and you will have to reset these upon each visit to the site.
Types of cookies
Cookies can perform different roles on a website;
- Strictly Necessary
Some cookies are essential for the operation of Jupiter’s website. These cookies enable you to access secure areas of the website which would require log on details.
This type of cookie allows us to analyse the use of the website allowing us to provide you with a high quality experience. This information will only be used to enhance user experiences.
Functionality cookies allow Jupiter to remember the settings from a user's last visit, i.e. relevant country and investor type. These cookies also enable users to access videos and audio recordings available.
Third party cookie list and technology partners
- Add This
Add this provide bookmarking and content sharing across social media platforms. It allows users to ‘share links’. Duration varies from one day to two years, no personal data is stored.
- Bright Talk
- Google Analytics
Google Analytics provides Jupiter with information about the usage of our website to enable us to assess the effectiveness of our digital marketing campaigns. Duration varies from one day to two years. No personal data is stored.
- Thomson Reuters
Thomson Reuters provide the share price information on the website. This cookie expires at the end of each session and no personal data is stored.
FE provide the ‘funds and prices’ section of the website*. A number of cookies are used to record shortlists of funds. These expire at the end of each session and no personal data is stored.
Further Information about cookies can be found at:
*Except: Netherlands, Belgium and Hong Kong Private Investors.