I want to invest £10,000. I cannot see on your website how to do this. Please explain.
Great to hear that you're looking to invest and want to find the right provider.
Boring Money is an independent business which has been set up to help normal people who don't have PhDs in finance, make some smart investment decisions quickly and painlessly. We are here for anyone who thinks that investments are just a little bit boring. For anyone who wants some validation about what they're planning.
Our mission is to cut through the noise, to explain stuff in normal language and to help everyone who has ever felt a bit alienated, patronised or simply cross-eyed and exhausted, to make some good investment decisions.
As such, we don't offer any investment products ourselves.
Instead we try to give our readers the reviews and knowledge they need, to choose the best option for them.
We can’t give you regulated financial advice or learn about your individual circumstances and make personal recommendations. But we can explain the issues, make some suggestions and also tell you who we think is any good.
Have a look at our:
Best Buys page - our independent team scours the markets, sets up test accounts and puts these companies through their paces. We offer independent opinion and analysis. You can also see how thousands of other investors rate their providers by looking at the recommend scores, You Say stars, and consumer reviews.
Tribes Pages - see what other people at similar life stages to you, are doing with their money.
We also have an article which might useful for you, on how to start in the stock market with £10,000.
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We hope we can help you work out the best investing option for you.
Just be aware...
We are not regulated to give personal financial advice - This isn’t full-fat regulated financial advice. Boring Money is a publisher and not regulated by the FCA.
This means we can't help with specific personal circumstances or recommend specific investment products. It also basically means that if we say something daft, you have no recourse to come back and complain.
We’re only allowed to give you a steer or share an opinion or tell you the facts - That said, we promise that our answer to you is an independent unbiased perspective with no commercial gain to make. If you need regulated financial advice, you can find a good adviser via sites such as Unbiased & Vouchedfor.