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Financial Advice in Dublin

  • 06-06-2019 2:46am
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    Registered Users Posts: 7 Michelle1914


    I'm hoping to start Investing in stocks and shares. I however have NO idea on how to go about this
    I make 50K per year which will increase every year.i have some money set aside. Where do I go about getting solid financial advice on this that doesn't cost a fortune?


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  • Registered Users Posts: 460 ✭✭ elgriff


    I found these guys decent and not too expensive http://www.padraickissane.ie/contact.htm


  • Registered Users Posts: 11,339 ✭✭✭✭ Geuze


    I'm hoping to start Investing in stocks and shares. I however have NO idea on how to go about this
    I make 50K per year which will increase every year.i have some money set aside. Where do I go about getting solid financial advice on this that doesn't cost a fortune?

    Read AAM and do your own research.


  • Registered Users Posts: 475 ✭✭ PHG


    For a starter book I found one called

    - The Naked Trader

    very good. You can get it on amazon. As you have no experience, don't rush into buying anything. take your time. I studied for 6 months before buying my first share (and i have a degree in this stuff and kind of work in that world). Lost money for a long while too.

    Take your time, no rush. Get your edge together and invest to what matches your personality.

    Best of luck

    PHG


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