Happy New Year too you all. For years I have wondered how I could attempt to make a difference financially to my young family, other than becoming a slave to work. I always had shares in mind, but never had the knowledge of where to actually start the journey. That was until I found this place and it's members. Thanks to you lot, I have gone away, looked at a few recommendations, and now invested in BAO, FAST, GDL, TYN, with many more recommendations ready to invest in. I have 16 tabs open, all with potential.
Anyway, I started dealing with Hargreaves, was this a wise move?
I have shortlisted a few here for to put a few £k into overt the next few weeks. Any recommendations? I know a few have more potential than others.
Carl, GKP seems to be the site favourite but I would not invest in any of your selections myself. Do not use money that you can't afford to lose and read a few books such as The Naked Trader. Best of luck, Roy
riddler, you were one of the reasons I stuck around here and got myself some GDL.
Scott, they are the best. Out of courtesy I paid for premium to give something back, as this has been a great find for me.
royjohn, thank you for your recommendation. Price is a bit high for me to buy enough shares to make a difference at the moment. One day I hope to trade in the £'s.
So far, I have spread a 1100 around GDL, TYM, BAO, and will be taking delivery of around 4k owed to me and ready to lose within the next week. Do I stick with my current holdings, or spread amongst some more?
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