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Investing is 90% more likely to outperform cash over 10 years (Barclays Equity Gilt Study 2016) so making decisions about where and how to invest shouldn’t be hard work.
The Selftrade platform is designed for individual investors. It gives you access to global markets, control over your investments and offers customers award-winning support.
It is easy to open an account and the dashboard is simple to use, so you can invest, plan for growth and track the performance of your portfolio, anywhere, anytime.
DIY investing – it’s a hands-on approach to growing wealth over the long-term.
Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) are one of the most tax efficient ways to save. But with interest rates on cash savings low, more people are looking for higher returns.
With Selftrade, you are your own investment manager. Our platform and support put you in control.
Transfer to Selftrade and we will refund any fees you might be charged, up to £100 per new account.
And because our offer is for each new Selftrade account, that could mean a £300 refund if you transferred to a Dealing Account, Stocks and Shares ISA, and a SIPP.
Selftrade has more than 50 customers with ISA portfolios that have passed the £1million mark.
So how is it done? We spoke to one of our ISA customers who has built a portfolio valued at over £1m, about his approach to investing.
"If it goes right, I congratulate myself"
We spoke to one of our customers about her investment journey, what she likes about it and what advice she would give to someone who wants to become an investor.
In two minutes, you’ll have a good idea of whether you could be an investor too. With DIY investing, you're in control.
You can also check out topics and tips on our first-time investor insights page.