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The right way to invest in the stock market: a beginner's guide

For a beginner, the stock market can appear rather daunting. But equities outperform cash and bonds over most medium and long-term periods and easy routes in are not hard to find.

Today in reality, with dismal returns on offer from banks and building societies, investing in shares provides an opportunity to hedge against rising inflation and achieve greater returns than cash, bonds, and property.

Investing directly

There are two different ways to access the stock market: directly and indirectly. Although 'directly' is a misnomer - investing in the stock market is always done through a third-party broker - direct investment means buying the shares in a single company and becoming a shareholder.

There is a wide range of broker services available. Some offer bespoke services and tailored advice, such as Charles Stanley, Redmayne Bentley, and Killik & Co, whereas others are execution-only share dealing services.

These are online platforms where a client can buy and sell shares independently through a share dealing account without being offered advice. Examples of these include Interactive Investor, Hargreaves Lansdown, and The Share Centre.

'For beginners who want to be more involved and dabble with individual shares, it makes sense to open an online, execution-only share dealing account, which keeps the cost of investing to a minimum,' says Martin Bamford, managing director of Surrey-based IFA Informed Choice.
He adds: 'When you are getting started, it makes real sense to buy blue-chip company shares on the LSE and hold them for several months. Regular trading will kill profits quickly, with the cost of buying and selling shares exceeding the returns you can make from a small starting stake.

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