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Five share ideas for the long term

Five share ideas for the long term

We reveal five companies that could be worth holding for years.

It’s really important to have a long-term view when buying shares – finding good quality companies that you can hold for a long time.

Download this factsheet, which is not personal advice, to discover five share ideas that could be worth a look. They include:

  • A payment processer taking advantage of the transition to a cashless society
  • One utility company with surprising growth prospects
  • A technology titan that’s looking to the future

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    This isn’t personal advice. Investments fall as well as rise in value, so you could back less than you put in. If you’re not sure whether an investment is right for you, please ask for advice.

    We reveal five companies that could be worth holding for years.

    It’s really important to have a long-term view when buying shares – finding good quality companies that you can hold for a long time.

    Download this factsheet to discover five share ideas that could be worth a look. They include:

    • A payment processer taking advantage of the transition to a cashless society
    • One utility company with surprising growth prospects
    • A technology titan that’s looking to the future

    Plus – how to start investing in shares today.

    This isn’t personal advice. Investments fall as well as rise in value, so you could back less than you put in. If you’re not sure whether an investment is right for you, please ask for advice.

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