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How to start investing in the stock market

How to start investing in the stock market

In this short guide, which is not personal advice, we’ll reveal the opportunities you have to invest in the stock market as well as a step-by-step guide approach to get you moving. You’ll learn:

  • What every investor should do before they start investing
  • Two ways you could make money in the stock market
  • The difference between funds and shares
  • Where you can buy stock market investments

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    This guide is not personal advice, if you’re not sure if an investment is right for you please speak to a financial adviser. Unlike cash, the value of investments can fall as well as rise so you could get back less than you invest, we recommend investing for at least 5 years.

    The best way to grow long-term wealth?

    Investing in the stock market is often considered one of the best ways to grow your money over the long term.

    But if you’re a first-time investor, how do you get started and what are the risks?

    In this short guide, we’ll reveal the opportunities you have to invest in the stock market as well as a step-by-step guide approach to get you moving. You’ll learn:

    • What every investor should do before they start investing
    • Two ways you could make money in the stock market
    • The difference between funds and shares
    • Where you can buy stock market investments

    Plus we’ll show you how you can start investing in the stock market with as little as £25 each month.

    This guide is not personal advice, if you’re not sure if an investment is right for you please speak to a financial adviser. Unlike cash, the value of investments can fall as well as rise so you could get back less than you invest, we recommend investing for at least 5 years.

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