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01 May 2017 14:15 Post ID: #362163
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.... ISAs

Looking to invest £10k for a few years. ISA Stocks and Shares could be an option but can't get my head around the admin costs etc. Any suggestions? Anyone to avoid?
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02 May 2017 01:32 Post ID: #362178 - in reply to #362163
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I'd avoid any cheap looking shares in North Korean arms manufacturers......
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02 May 2017 12:11 Post ID: #362183 - in reply to #362163
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They are terrible, down to 0.5% at the Natwest. We are getting 3% at Santander, but for that you have to move £200 a month each to another account after they cut their 123 account from 3% to 1.5%.

My biggest steady earner has been Rolex watches. They have gone up 10% each year. You can double your money immediately on some limited edition ones. I've also seen a few of my specisl edition bullion double. One Sapphire Jubilee sovereign I sold in the same week for +£300. Another set of silver bullion rounds have doubled after the manufacturer was closed down for smuggling gold and silver!

I've also got Premium Bonds and have averaged £125 a month on both accounts.

Spread it around would be my advice.

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03 May 2017 10:34 Post ID: #362198 - in reply to #362183
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£150 winnings on Premium Bonds this month!

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03 May 2017 11:39 Post ID: #362199 - in reply to #362198
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How many premium bonds do you have? I reckon they are still a decent investment for the 40% tax payer as they are tax free and a large enough holding practically guarantees you will get close to the average return plus you always get the chance of the big one.
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03 May 2017 12:39 Post ID: #362203 - in reply to #362199
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An awful lot Bear, but it would be vulgar of me to disclose exactly how much.

I am not earning as much as if they were in savings but you only need one big-ish win to make them pay for themselves. My cousin has worked there for 40+ years and shares an office with the woman who calls at your house a day early to tell you that you've won the £m! I hope to get a call from my cousin some time not reporting death or illness as usual!!!

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03 May 2017 13:10 Post ID: #362207 - in reply to #362163
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yep pre bonds the way forward

you seem to be doing well for yourself Layton every credit. One question are you the local business partner that Uncle V has alluded to?
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03 May 2017 15:13 Post ID: #362211 - in reply to #362163
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British gold coins have the advantage of being capital gains tax free but now might not be the best time to buy; wait till our currency improves a bit.
The bonus with this investment is that one can draw the curtains, light a tallow candle, put on your fingerless Fagin gloves and count the coins in piles on the table.....better than sex.
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03 May 2017 18:09 Post ID: #362214 - in reply to #362211
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Bear1951 - 3/5/2017 15:13

British gold coins have the advantage of being capital gains tax free but now might not be the best time to buy; wait till our currency improves a bit.
The bonus with this investment is that one can draw the curtains, light a tallow candle, put on your fingerless Fagin gloves and count the coins in piles on the table.....better than sex. :grins:




Now is a good time to buy. Although I'd recommend the bullion items, such things as Queen's Beasts and Britannias costing a small percentage on top of the gold content.

https://www.bullionvault.com/gold-price-chart.do

Some collections really have yielded big profits if you bought them on release, the Chinese Pandas and the Australian Lunar just two such sets.

Bear, I'm on several Facebook bullion groups and we are called "stackers". As for the fingerless Fagin gloves, only for gold, the sebaceous secretions from the human hand plays havoc with silver over time.

Hasty, it's not all good news with investments, many items don't perform as well as others. Certainly not got the cash needed to rejuvenate our ailing club.



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03 May 2017 19:02 Post ID: #362217 - in reply to #362163
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Shame Layton maybe soon
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