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Video: What a DIY investor should look for

Jason Hollands Jason Hollands
11 October 2013

DIY investors are people who are happy to pick their own investments and manage them without taking financial advice.

In this video Managing Director Jason Hollands discusses what people should consider if they want to become a DIY investor and how to compare providers of services for DIY investors. He covers:

  • the range of investments on offer
  • the importance of research
  • functionality, for example tools to help you plan, analyse and manage your investments
  • the level of customer service
  • understanding costs
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The value of investments, and the income derived from them, can go down as well as up and you can get back less than you originally invested. Prevailing tax rates and reliefs are dependent on your individual circumstances and are subject to change. Any projected returns shown are for illustrative purposes only, and cannot be guaranteed.