You don't have to be an expert to start investing. That said, however, having some basic knowledge can come in useful. That’s because, as an investor, you want to make use of opportunities to achieve higher returns while also understanding the risks involved. In the information below, we start off by providing the basics before moving on to products that are designed for more experienced investors.
If you want to learn about investing, this section will answer some of the first questions that come to mind ...
What is investing?
Investing means buying something that you sell again once it’s gone up in value. It all sounds easy enough until terms like 'the stock market', 'shares' and 'risk' start flying around. Don’t worry, we’re here to explain in terms we can all understand.
Saving and investing
Wavering between saving and investing? Find out quickly whether you stand more to gain from a mix of savings and investments.
What are the consequences of inflation for your purchasing power?
What is inflation? How does inflation affect your purchasing power? And how can you protect your purchasing power from inflation? Find out now!
Investment funds are an attractive proposition for both first-time and more experienced investors, as they combine several benefits all at the same time. Find out more about the benefits, costs and possibilities now.
If you’re more interested in specific investment products rather than investment funds, take a dive into the world of shares, bonds and life insurance below and start making your own investments. Alternatively, fill in your investment profile so we can advise you on investments that suit your personal situation.
Why invest in shares
Go for a potentially higher return, without ever losing sight of the risks. Read on and find out more.
What is a bond?
What is a bond and what is the difference between a share and a bond? Discover all the pros and cons here.