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3 shares for a Junior ISA

3 shares for a Junior ISA

This guide is not personal advice but you can discover three shares that could help provide a nest egg for your child, and get them interested in their investments. Here’s a hint what they are:

  • The film producer behind the most popular kids films of all time
  • A popular gaming firm expanding into an exciting new market
  • The entertainment company behind a kid’s wish list

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    This factsheet is not personalised advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise so your child could get back less than you invest.

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    More perks than a piggy bank

    What would you have been interested in owning as a child?

    Probably not a share of a banking firm - but a slice of the group producing Star Wars? Yes, please.

    Our experts have picked three shares that could both provide a nest egg for your child, and get them interested in their investments.

    Here’s a hint what they are:

    • The film producer behind the most popular kids films of all time
    • A popular gaming firm expanding into an exciting new market
    • The entertainment company behind a kid’s wish list

    Download the factsheet to reveal our valuable research.

    This factsheet is not personalised advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise so your child could get back less than you invest.