What happens when you’ve maximised the limit of your Tax Free Investments… Where should you invest? When it comes to investing in the stock market, there are two broad ways to invest – you can buy a single share, or a group of them, called a fund. But which one is right for you? Funds or shares?
Whilst WHERE you invest your money is entirely dependent on you, there are four elements of a good investment. In today’s episode I talk about those four elements and how they can help guide you to an investment decision.
At the end of the day, the most important thing is to invest regularly each month, and to add top ups as and when you can.
- [03.00] Is this a good investment?
- [06.48] Which takes us back to Funds or Shares…
- [10.39] Why I think you should invest in funds over shares
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