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>> No. 6881 Anonymous
1st March 2017
Wednesday 10:12 pm
6881 Vanguard Funds
Does anyone have any experience investing with Vanguard?

I have around £200 to invest each month and have read that regularly investing into stock and shares through Vanguard is a low cost option.

With a small amount should I be investing in ETFs or Index Funds?
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>> No. 6882 Anonymous
1st March 2017
Wednesday 10:33 pm
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>With a small amount should I be investing in ETFs or Index Funds?

Don't get too preoccupied with charges. If you're investing £2,400 a year then don't lose sight of the fact that a 0.05% difference in charges works out at about £1.20.
>> No. 6883 Anonymous
2nd March 2017
Thursday 12:39 am
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>>6881
Is it even worth investing tiny amounts like that?
>> No. 6884 Anonymous
2nd March 2017
Thursday 8:47 am
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>>6883

Only if your are investing in coke.
>> No. 6885 Anonymous
3rd March 2017
Friday 11:38 am
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>>6883
Surely it'd be better than not investing it. Assuming the money would otherwise be wasted or go unused.
>> No. 6886 Anonymous
3rd March 2017
Friday 12:16 pm
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In the real world that's not really a safe assumption.
>> No. 6887 Anonymous
3rd March 2017
Friday 3:10 pm
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>>6886
Why?
>> No. 6888 Anonymous
3rd March 2017
Friday 5:30 pm
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>>6887
You mean why might money not be wasted or unused? Emergencies? Short term savings? Any number of discretionary channels?

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