Take a look at all our FAQs for immediate answers to common questions.
Don’t I have to be rich to start investing?
No, but if you do have small sum to hand, or have a few pounds spare at the end of the average month, investing with the right (i.e. Moneybrain’s) advice can be an exciting way to maximise your return on that cash. You really can start with surprisingly little.
I don’t know anything about investing, is that a problem?
Not in the least. All you need to start investing is a little cash and your passport or driving licence, because we’ll need to confirm your identity first. No knowledge of investment markets or products is required from you. Our innovative investment service is a very modern mix of advanced technology and real expertise from real human financial advisers. They are registered with the Financial Conduct Authority, which means your portfolio couldn’t be in safer hands. One last thing, if we believe you’re not suitable or shouldn’t be doing our kind of investing, perhaps because of your financial position, we’ll let you know politely but firmly.
How will I know what’s happening to my money?
The Moneybrain service provides regular updates and help is available 24/7. We start the investing process by asking you to set your own risk preferences and objectives, and they will guide every sale or purchase we make on your behalf. You’re always in control.
How much does investing with Moneybrain cost?
Fees can vary but are always affordable, amounting to 0.50% per year. What’s that in real money? A medium risk portfolio with £20,000 invested would cost you £1.92 per week, or 27 pence a day. There are no hidden fees and all fund costs are included.
Is it a complicated process?
We reckon it will take us five minutes to create an investment portfolio for you. We’ll make sure you understand everything we tell you, and you can rest assured that all our advice is fully authorised and regulated. You’ll end up with a sophisticated investment portfolio with very little hassle and no delay.
How risky is investing?
Investing in stock market-linked investments always has an element of risk. While you will be able to decide on the personal risk level you are happy to accept, we will remind you clearly that all investments can go down as well as up. Providing the most accurate information possible is the best way you can minimise risk – and maximise return.