Personal Stock Market investing

John Nk

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Can anyone advise of an established UK based investment / financial advisor firm that will manage a simple portfolio of index funds (mix UK, US/Global stocks and bonds) with periodic re-balancing and reasonable annual fees?


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Hey, dude. Doesn't Google answer on your question? Ok, if it doesn't, than I should help you. Frankly speaking, I am not the professional one in this area, but I have read a lot about the stock markets and investment on stansberry research. It is a monthly stock newsletter in which the analysts at Stansberry Research issue stock picks. The newsletters are lengthy, mixing storytelling with building a case for why a specific industry, and ultimately a specific company, are worth investing in.
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When you make any personal investment in India, PAN card or Aadhaar is mandatory. You need to complete your KYC procedure while opening an account with the market regulator SEBI. Besides, the Government also asks for last six months bank statement along with cancelled cheque under the new guidelines for opening the Demat Account.

The stock market guide clearly states that you cannot directly head to the stock exchange for investment. Buying and selling need to get done through a share broker since they are registered under SEBI for trading in stock exchanges.

Once you have all these in place, there are aspects to consider –

  • Understand your investment requirement and accordingly make decisions.
  • Decide your objective and plan the investment strategy. Choose the stocks that align with your goals.
  • Try and buy shares at the lowest cost especially when the market is weak.
  • While trading, communicate the requirements with the broker.
  • Monitor your portfolio frequently and maintain diversity.
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