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How to buy Aston Martin shares

Aston Martin shares will start trading on the London Stock Exchange at 8am on 3 October. This will be the first opportunity for most people to buy shares in the company.

Important notes

This article isn’t personal advice. If you’re not sure whether an investment is right for you please seek advice. If you choose to invest the value of your investment will rise and fall, so you could get back less than you put in.

Aston Martin Lagonda shares started trading on the London Stock Exchange at 8am today (3 October).

If you’re interested in buying shares in Aston Martin Lagonda, here’s how you can do it.

1. Read all the information you can

Aston Martin Lagonda is an iconic brand that will conjure up images of 007. But it’s important to concentrate on the company’s financial prospects as well, and not to get carried away by the brand. So you should make sure you’ve had a good read of all available information first.

Our research is not personal advice or a recommendation to trade. Our share dealing service is for people who are happy to make their own investment decisions. All investments can fall as well as rise in value and you could get back less than you invest. If you’re not sure, please seek advice.

2. Choose an account to hold your shares in

You can buy and hold Aston Martin Lagonda shares in our Fund and Share Account.

However, due to ISA and pension rules, investors will need to wait until 8am 8 October before they can buy the shares in an ISA or Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP).

Find out more about our accounts

3. Buying Aston Martin Lagonda shares

Once you have an account open with money ready to invest, you can buy the shares.

When trading we’ll show you the live Aston Martin Lagonda share price. You can then choose to accept the price or not.

That’s it. Your shares will be held securely in your account. You can see how they’re doing and deal whenever the market is open, online or with the HL app.

View the latest Aston Martin Lagonda share price

What are the costs?

There are three main charges to consider when buying shares.

Dealing charge

Our maximum online dealing fee to buy and sell shares is £11.95 per trade. You can also deal over the phone or by post from £20 - £50 per deal.

Annual charge

There’s no annual charge to hold shares in the Fund and Share Account. It costs up to 0.45% per year to hold shares in an HL ISA or SIPP (capped at £45 in the ISA and £200 in the SIPP).

Stamp duty and PTM levy

There will be a government stamp duty charge of 0.5% when buying Aston Martin Lagonda shares. You won’t have to pay stamp duty when you sell.

And there’s also a flat £1 fee for those that buy or sell over £10,000 worth of shares. This is the Panel on Takeovers and Mergers levy.

View a full list of charges

Please remember the value of investments, and any income from them, goes up and down so you could get back less than you originally invest.

Our share dealing service is designed for investors who are happy making their own investment decisions. If you’re not sure if an investment is right for you, please ask for personal advice.

Important notes

This article isn’t personal advice. If you’re not sure whether an investment is right for you please seek advice. If you choose to invest the value of your investment will rise and fall, so you could get back less than you put in.

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