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Hello, you can start with our Investing for Beginners 17guide. You'll learn how to invest in the stock market, what to invest in, where to buy, how much risk to take, and what to expect. We close with our investment platform recommendations, including some of the best robo-advisers and DIY platforms in the UK. This guide is ideal for beginners and others who want a quick refresher.

I would suggest instead of jumping straight into direct stock a good intermediate from robo- advisors would be investing in ETFs. They are generally a better investment than single stocks as they provide a bit of diversification and these days there are ETFs for so many investing theses. Also, they allow you to hold multiple stocks without having to make many transactions so you can save lots of transaction cost (which will depend on your broker). The one thing to look out for would be ongoing fees but generally the big ETFs have low fees.

Hi Mehdi, I hope you found @Oscar12's  review helpful. It might also help to compare Wealthify's fees with those of similar providers. You may use our price comparison table. Wealthify is in the third tab: Compare the UK's Investment Platforms.16

Let me know if you have any questions! 

I haven't had any issues with Wealthify so far. I have been using them for approximately 2 years, and everything works well. They have a nice range of investments which you can select based on your risk level. The app is simple to use and the customer care team are nice. I would recommend them! Is there anything in particular you wanted to know?