First-time investor

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Give just ten minutes a day for ten days and learn how to start investing. We answer the questions that beginners need to know and suggest some first investments.

Interactive Investor - the simple and smart way to invest
Interactive Investor
  • Pay just £20 a quarter and get £20 worth of trades for free
  • Easy to buy model portfolios and ready-made investment selections 
  • Invest tax-efficiently and add an ISA account for free

 

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  • Compare Funds and Investment Trusts in a single search
  • Filter by performance, holdings and sectors to narrow down your selection
  • View up to four fund information pages side by side

 

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