How to Invest £100 (Investing for Beginners UK)

I’ve had a lot of questions asking how to invest with smaller amounts, so I thought to myself, if I had £100 or less to invest, how would I invest it? Here’s how.

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*None of the advice mentioned in the video is to be taken as financial or investment advice as it’s for entertainment purposes. Some links above include affiliate commissions/referrals.

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21 thoughts on “How to Invest £100 (Investing for Beginners UK)”

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  4. I have never invested in shares so this would be the first time for me. I can scrape £200 by not buying a few things so I guess I use the links you suggested. I am just worried about scams, we all know about the cost if living crisis and how desparate some people have become.

  5. My advice to new investors: Buy good companies stocks and hold them as long as they are good companies. Just do this and ignore the forecasts and market views which are at best entertaining but completely useless

  6. Hi Chris, do you have any advice for someone who is an ABSOLUTE beginner to get started with investing? Never looked into it before as I've always just worked from I was 18, don't know the terminology or the accounts or anything (I also suck at math), but I recently came into a good amount of money through inheritance and have been interested about investing or buying stocks to potentially help overtime.

  7. Hi, I have a question. I want to open an isa where I can save around £100 a month. I want a fund that I can pick and forget about for a year or two before reviewing. I am looking at the all world , Nasdaq 100, the ftse 100 and the S&P 500. My question is why wouldn’t people just use an all world fund as doesn’t it contain most of the companies that the other funds I have mentioned have? Would there be any sense in putting money in all four funds each month say £25 or is it better to stick with the all world alone or lastly is it better to stick with the other three minus the all world fund. Thank you I hope I have made sense.

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  9. Thanks for the update and keep doing what you do. My journey in the current market has taught me a lot of lessons, thinking about investing diversification certainly is the key, that’s why I engaged in sectors based on projected growth. There are no shortcuts to getting rich but there are smart ways to go about it. My advisor "Brianna Pearce" is highly qualified and experienced in the financial market. She has extensive knowledge of portfolio diversity and is considered an expert in the field. I recommend researching her credentials further.She has many years of experience and is a valuable resource for anyone looking to navigate the financial market.

  10. With markets tumbling, inflation soaring, the Fed imposing large interest-rate hike, while treasury yields are rising rapidly—which means more red ink for portfolios this quarter. How can I profit from the current volatile market, I'm still at a crossroads deciding if to liquidate my $125k bond/stocck portfolio

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