Where to Make an Online Investment

The upside of making an online investment is the wide range of options that you may choose from. Due to the unlimited reach of the Internet, you are able to invest not just in local products or assets, but also those from different parts of the countries.


TD Waterhouse starts their interaction with potential online investors with a clear warning: there is a possibility that the rate of your investment could depreciate. There is also a chance that you will not be able to recoup your money completely. But the website also adds that their commission rates are quite affordable, starting from £8.95.


If you find yourself a little unnerved with the lack of assurance from TD Warehouse, consider switching to the more reliable services offered by well-established company Barclays. You can get started by opening a specific type of investment account. The company offers investment accounts that specialise in foreign exchange (FX), equities and CFDs, and the company also has other investment accounts like the SIPP and the Pension Trader.


At Fidelity International, you have two basic investment options to choose from: the ISA 2011 and the Fidelity Personal Pension. Younger investors will also surely be delighted to know that the company is set to launch their Junior ISA program in November 2011.

Keep in mind, however, that the Internet is filled with con artists. Before you make any online investment, do make sure that you are dealing with a legitimate and licensed website or online company. This will reduce the risk of having your money stolen or siphoned off to another account.

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