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BEST INVESTING & INVESTMENT APPS (UK) 2021 – Beginner & Expert Level Investment Apps I currently use

Whether you are starting to invest your money in the stock market in 2021, or wish to switch to another platform that offers you more features – in this video I'm sharing with you the best of the UK Investment Apps currently on offer and that I use. I'm sharing their relative advantages and disadvantages – right from Zero trading fees to withdraw fees and extra costs. WHICH APP ARE YOU USING RIGHT NOW and enjoy? ** COMMENT BELOW **

👉Links to Investment Platforms I use & Affiliate links:
▪Invest using Etoro –
 eToro is a multi-asset investment platform. The value of your investments may go up or down. Your capital is at risk. Copy Trading does not amount to investment advice. The value of your investments may go up or down. Your capital is at risk. Past performance is not an indication of future results. Trading history presented is less than 5 complete years and may not suffice as basis for investment decision. I earn a commission if you sign up using my link / Sponsored by eToro / #advert / #eToroAffiliate
▪Invest using Trading212 – (and watch my video to receive a FREE SHARE with £1 invested).
▪Invest using Freetrade – (and receive a FREE SHARE worth £2-200).
▪Invest using CoinBase –
▪ Invest using Stake –

** If using CFDs – they are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. ​71% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider​. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. **

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If you enjoy this video, HERE IS MY MONEY BASICS that I teach:
▪HOW TO START A MONEY STACKS METHOD BUDGET – Achieve Financial freedom, goals, Savings & Investments. –
💵How to Open an Investment ISA (Stocks and Shares ISA) using Vanguard
▪Intro to Investing ➡️

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▪Money Stacks Method Budget System for all your budget, financial freedom calculations, debt repayment system, Net worth calculator, Sinking funds and Investment Tracker
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  1. thank you so much for this video. I’ve been thinking about investing for a while now,. Currently looking to open up my first investment account. 😌😌

  2. Really helpful video – thanks! Also, your hair and skin look fabulous ✨ 😍 HAPPY NEW YEAR! Looking forward to your 2021 content!

    • Can I please double check something? I don’t get dividends payments via a limited company or anything. That means I can do small investments and gain up to £2000 in investment dividends without having to inform HMRC, right?

  3. Great video thank you. My question related to fractional shares. I have some funds available in my 212 account and as such should be able to purchase a fraction of a share but get the message “the maximum remaining quantity for long positions with this instrument is 0” why is that? Also, some of the companies that I have practice investments with are not available on the “real money” site?

  4. Such a great vid! I was put off at first buy the length but each second was filled with useful information. New subscriber here! Looking forward to learning from you!

  5. Sorry for the stupid question but… As a UK citizen is it better to use T212 with the Investment ISA up to £20k for general investing (not long-term). And if I understand correctly this not subject to CGT?

  6. Do we need to use more than one app?
    As mother’s day is coming, maybe you will make a video about investment for babies. What are the investment options as a parent for your baby?

  7. I have an isa with Santander rn. Should I transfer the couple grand savings into this isa without losing my money?

  8. Can’t believe I didn’t see this earlier . Or maybe the time is now . Thank you for all you do in this line of education x


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