If you want some of your savings to be invested automatically,
periodic investing could well be what you're after. This
technique enables you to (automatically) transfer a certain
amount of money to an investment fund every month. You can
do this, for example, with an investment plan, starting from as
little as 25 euros a month.
Periodic investing has several advantages. In the long run, you
could get a higher return than with a conventional savings account.
And because you don't invest all your savings in one go, you don't
have to worry about when the right time is to invest.
In addition, you could build up a larger sum of capital, because any
income generated is automatically reinvested. Of course, there are
also risks involved, including the chance of losing part of your
If you'd like to start investing periodically,
up an investment plan on your smartphone.