I really don’t think he is
It’s all he’s getting from me until I get it
I’m so jealous. I’m actually quite near the front of the queue (219 I think?) but didn’t invest so I have to wait a while until I can sink my many thousands of pennies into shares in Grommets Inc.
Got access to the app today.
Have no idea what to invest in.
I’ll just scroll the list and see what looks good, I guess.
Thanks so much to whoever clicked my link! I have gone from being 52,000 in the queue, to 5,160
I went for a world tracker - if you want an intro to investing, I recommend Lars Kroijer - he guest writes for Monevator http://monevator.com/tag/kroijer/ (he’s an ex hedge fund manager, who tells it how it is!)
Funny, I was just looking at that. That might be a good idea
All the shares are really boring on there at the moment imho - mostly ftse100 cash cows. Great if you want to invest in oil, cigarettes and legacy banks to earn some dividends, but If you’re into startups, challengers and shooting stars the best you’ll get on that list are Just Eat and Rightmove. Hopefully US markets will land soon so we can have some more interesting propositions.
Personally I’m eagerly awaiting some smaller ones like Purplebricks and all the AIM junk. That’ll make things much more interesting!
We hear you! We’re keen to add US stocks ASAP or even
How soon is soon, though, how soon is soon…
Yes please to AIM, and add to that Euronext, NEX and HK for all those gilded dragons. And some ETF expansion bitte, danke.
Oh dear. Sounds a bit like eToro. Do they offer an ISA, at least? If not I’ll stick with ii for now
They are 100% not like eToro the universe is a little limited at the moment, but when the US stocks land soon it will look like a real party
The real party starts when US equities become available with fractional dealing. That will put Google, Amazon, Apple etc. within reach of anyone with modest means giving them the opportunity participate in a previously hard to access market = proper financial inclusion.
If you invest in US stocks, are you effectively taking on an exchange rate risk as well as a market risk? Do individual brokers set the exchange rate?