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saddlers hall
03 Apr 14 23:06
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Could you please tell me where  the best place to buy shares.  dont know anything about shares but listening to a few hot shots on shares they say that I should buy shares in the top ten blue chip compaines.  200 a month. Im 30 now so its sort of a pension investment plan.

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GAZO
When: 04 Apr 14 12:30
halifax used to have a account which was very cheap if you want to buy shares monthly,i think it was called halifax sharebuilder
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Dr Crippen
When: 04 Apr 14 12:54
A popular way is open an account with someone like Hargreaves & Lansdowne.
They manage everything for you like share certificates and dividends.
It's easy to open an account with them on their website and deposit the money. You then choose your shares.

They charge a fee for each transaction, so you need to consider how much you will have to save up to invest before you buy new shares.

You'd probably be better off investing in unit trusts imo for what its worth.
You'll certainly sleep better at nights.
By:
Dr Crippen
When: 04 Apr 14 12:57
GAZA,
I don't know if the company I mentioned do that sort of a deal, but it sounds fine.
By:
Stow_judge
When: 04 Apr 14 14:01
I think you should look at exchange traded funds.
http://www.etf.db.com/GBR/ENG/showpage.aspx?pageID=261
By:
Pinjob
When: 10 Jan 17 13:23
I am looking for somewhere to buy the stocks but also be able to write options against the stocks I hold - I did this a long time ago but alas not sure if this is still possible or who carries out such facilities.

I have found out that the traded options market merged with LIFFE back in 1992. Any help appreciated.
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fghhgeergt
When: 16 Jan 17 16:59
ig index
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fghhgeergt
When: 16 Jan 17 17:07
try archer daniel midland (ADM). if you are classified as an experienced investor and they hols your stock they will let you write options
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