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Improve the way you pick shares

IMPROVE THE WAY YOU PICK SHARES

You don't need to be rich, famous or have a maths PhD to buy shares. But how do people decide which shares to buy? Our guide is not personal advice but you can find out now with our guide to picking shares and discover:

  • Three easy ways to pick shares - that work
  • What you should always do before buying a share
  • And finally, how to buy your first share

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    You don't need to be rich, famous or have a maths PhD to buy shares

    But how do people decide which shares to buy? You can find out now with our guide to picking shares and discover:

    • Three easy ways to pick shares - that work
    • What you should always do before buying a share
    • And finally, how to buy your first share

    This guide is not personal advice. Share prices fall and rise in value, so you could get back less than you invest. If you're not sure if an investment is right for you, please speak to a financial adviser.

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