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Old 17.05.2020, 20:32
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Re: Abbey Wealth

Depends how much money you have to invest, and how active you want to be yourself there are different solutions available, but NEVER let someone who cold call you "take care" of it, because that will clearly be the worst possibility.

I'm not going to "publicly" advertise for one or another solution, but if you want to invest some money into the stock market but have "professionals" doing the picks, there are well-known, low commission solutions available from serious banks.

The best way, if you're in for long-term, is probably to buy some stocks which you'd expect to perform reasonably well in mid-to-long term and also have decent dividends. If not buying/selling, you'd usually not even have to pay anything to simply hold the stock with a proper broker. You won't become a millionaire over night with that strategy, but it's definitely a better approach than to have your money sitting around. You must be willing to accept that not every year will be a net positive, though.
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