Investments from Barclays

Whether you're an experienced investor or interested in starting, we can help you choose, open and manage your investments online with Barclays Stockbrokers.
 
Remember, Barclays Stockbrokers doesn't provide financial advice. So if you're unsure if an investment is right for you, please seek independent financial advice. The value of investments can go down as well as up, so you could get back less than you invested. 
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Q: How knowledgeable do you feel about investing?

Understanding your level of expertise is the first step in considering whether you should start investing. If you're new to investing, start slowly to make sure you understand the basics.

Q: Have you retired?

Your financial needs can change as you get closer to retirement. You might want to choose safer investments once you've stopped working.

Q: Apart from a pension, do you save regularly?

Saving regularly is a good habit. Even if you start small, you will soon see the benefits of building up your savings.

Q: Apart from a pension, do you save regularly?

Saving regularly is a good habit. Even if you start small, you will soon see the benefits of building up your savings.

Q: Do you have enough put aside to cover unexpected expenses, like a new boiler or car repairs?

As investments can tie up your money for a longer term, it's sensible to have enough set aside for emergencies.

Q: Do you have enough put aside to cover unexpected expenses, like a new boiler or car repairs?

As investments can tie up your money for a longer term, it's sensible to have enough set aside for emergencies.

Q: If you had to, how long could you manage on just your savings?

It's sensible to have a savings buffer when you're investing – so you can cover unexpected expenses without having to sell your investments.

Q: If you had to, how long could you manage on just your savings?

It's sensible to have a savings buffer when you're investing – so you can cover unexpected expenses without having to sell your investments.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: In the last year, have you had any problems paying for everyday expenses or household bills?

Before you start investing, make sure you've got enough to cover your day-to-day expenses and utility bills.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: In the last year, have you had any problems paying for everyday expenses or household bills?

Before you start investing, make sure you've got enough to cover your day-to-day expenses and utility bills.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: In the last year, have you had any problems paying for everyday expenses or household bills?

Before you start investing, make sure you've got enough to cover your day-to-day expenses and utility bills.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: In the last year, have you had any problems paying for everyday expenses or household bills?

Before you start investing, make sure you've got enough to cover your day-to-day expenses and utility bills.

Q: In the last year, have you had any problems paying your mortgage or rent?

Before you start investing, make sure you've got enough to cover your housing costs.

Q: In the last year, have you had any problems paying your mortgage or rent?

Before you start investing, make sure you've got enough to cover your housing costs.

Q: In the last year, have you had any problems paying your mortgage or rent?

Before you start investing, make sure you've got enough to cover your housing costs.

Q: In the last year, have you had any problems paying your mortgage or rent?

Before you start investing, make sure you've got enough to cover your housing costs.

Q: In the last year, have you made any interest payments for a credit card or overdraft?

Before you start investing, you might want to look at paying off current borrowing. You don't want more money going out in interest payments than coming in from your investments.

Q: In the last year, have you made any interest payments for a credit card or overdraft?

Before you start investing, you might want to look at paying off current borrowing. You don't want more money going out in interest payments than coming in from your investments.

Q: In the last year, have you made any interest payments for a credit card or overdraft?

Before you start investing, you might want to look at paying off current borrowing. You don't want more money going out in interest payments than coming in from your investments.

Q: In the last year, have you made any interest payments for a credit card or overdraft?

Before you start investing, you might want to look at paying off current borrowing. You don't want more money going out in interest payments than coming in from your investments.

Q: In the last year, have you taken out a payday loan?

Before you start investing, you might want to look at paying off expensive debt. You don't want more money going out in interest payments than coming in from your investments.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: In the last year, have you taken out a payday loan?

Before you start investing, you might want to look at paying off expensive debt. You don't want more money going out in interest payments than coming in from your investments.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: In the last year, have you taken out a payday loan?

Before you start investing, you might want to look at paying off expensive debt. You don't want more money going out in interest payments than coming in from your investments.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: In the last year, have you taken out a payday loan?

Before you start investing, you might want to look at paying off expensive debt. You don't want more money going out in interest payments than coming in from your investments.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: Have you retired?

Your financial needs can change as you get closer to retirement. You might want to choose safer investments once you've stopped working.

Q: Apart from a pension, do you save regularly?

Saving regularly is a good habit. Even if you start small, you will soon see the benefits of building up your savings.

Q: Apart from a pension, do you save regularly?

Saving regularly is a good habit. Even if you start small, you will soon see the benefits of building up your savings.

Q: Do you have enough put aside to cover unexpected expenses, like a new boiler or car repairs?

As investments can tie up your money for a longer term, it's sensible to have enough set aside for emergencies.

Q: Do you have enough put aside to cover unexpected expenses, like a new boiler or car repairs?

As investments can tie up your money for a longer term, it's sensible to have enough set aside for emergencies.

Q: If you had to, how long could you manage on just your savings?

It's sensible to have a savings buffer when you're investing – so you can cover unexpected expenses without having to sell your investments.

Q: If you had to, how long could you manage on just your savings?

It's sensible to have a savings buffer when you're investing – so you can cover unexpected expenses without having to sell your investments.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: In the last year, have you had any problems paying for everyday expenses or household bills?

Before you start investing, make sure you've got enough to cover your day-to-day expenses and utility bills.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: In the last year, have you had any problems paying for everyday expenses or household bills?

Before you start investing, make sure you've got enough to cover your day-to-day expenses and utility bills.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: In the last year, have you had any problems paying for everyday expenses or household bills?

Before you start investing, make sure you've got enough to cover your day-to-day expenses and utility bills.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: In the last year, have you had any problems paying for everyday expenses or household bills?

Before you start investing, make sure you've got enough to cover your day-to-day expenses and utility bills.

Q: In the last year, have you had any problems paying your mortgage or rent?

Before you start investing, make sure you've got enough to cover your housing costs.

Q: In the last year, have you had any problems paying your mortgage or rent?

Before you start investing, make sure you've got enough to cover your housing costs.

Q: In the last year, have you had any problems paying your mortgage or rent?

Before you start investing, make sure you've got enough to cover your housing costs.

Q: In the last year, have you had any problems paying your mortgage or rent?

Before you start investing, make sure you've got enough to cover your housing costs.

Q: In the last year, have you made any interest payments for a credit card or overdraft?

Before you start investing, you might want to look at paying off current borrowing. You don't want more money going out in interest payments than coming in from your investments.

Q: In the last year, have you made any interest payments for a credit card or overdraft?

Before you start investing, you might want to look at paying off current borrowing. You don't want more money going out in interest payments than coming in from your investments.

Q: In the last year, have you made any interest payments for a credit card or overdraft?

Before you start investing, you might want to look at paying off current borrowing. You don't want more money going out in interest payments than coming in from your investments.

Q: In the last year, have you made any interest payments for a credit card or overdraft?

Before you start investing, you might want to look at paying off current borrowing. You don't want more money going out in interest payments than coming in from your investments.

Q: In the last year, have you taken out a payday loan?

Before you start investing, you might want to look at paying off expensive debt. You don't want more money going out in interest payments than coming in from your investments.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: In the last year, have you taken out a payday loan?

Before you start investing, you might want to look at paying off expensive debt. You don't want more money going out in interest payments than coming in from your investments.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: In the last year, have you taken out a payday loan?

Before you start investing, you might want to look at paying off expensive debt. You don't want more money going out in interest payments than coming in from your investments.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: In the last year, have you taken out a payday loan?

Before you start investing, you might want to look at paying off expensive debt. You don't want more money going out in interest payments than coming in from your investments.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

Q: Are you prepared to accept the risk of losing money on an investment?

The value of investments can go up and down, so along with the potential for higher returns on your savings, there's always a risk that you could get back less than you originally invested.

A: Confident Comfortable and Tolerant

All done – it looks like you may be ready to consider investing. Remember though that this tool is only a guide, not a recommendation to invest. There may be other factors that you need to take into account before you invest.

Understand investing

Learn about the basics of investing with Barclays Stockbrokers before you begin.

Start investing

Visit the Barclays Stockbrokers Investor Zone to see which investments could be right for you, along with market data and analysis to help you decide.

B: Confident Comfortable and Risk Averse

All done – it looks like you're not ready to start investing at the moment. Here are some options that might suit you better.

Save regularly

We offer a range of savings options – whether you'd prefer easy access to your money or to know exactly how much interest you'll earn.

Understanding investing

As investing and risk go hand in hand, take some time to learn more about the basics with Barclays Stockbrokers.

E: Confident Coasting Tolerant

All done – it looks like you may be ready to consider investing. Remember though that this tool is only a guide, not a recommendation to invest. There may be other factors that you need to take into account before you invest.

Understand investing

Learn about the basics of investing with Barclays Stockbrokers before you begin.

Start investing

Visit the Barclays Stockbrokers Investor Zone to see which investments could be right for you, along with market data and analysis to help you decide.

Save regularly

Our range of savings options can help you set money aside for unexpected expenses.

F: Confident Coasting and Risk Averse

All done – it looks like you're not ready to start investing at the moment. Here are some options that might suit you better.

Save regularly

Our range of savings options can help you set money aside for unexpected expenses.

Understand investing

As investing and risk go hand in hand, take some time to learn more about the basics with Barclays Stockbrokers.

I: Confident Balancing and Tolerant

All done – it looks like you may be ready to consider investing. Remember though that this tool is only a guide, not a recommendation to invest. There may be other factors that you need to take into account before you invest.

Save regularly

We've got a range of savings options to help you set money aside for unexpected expenses.

Understand investing

If you're new to investing, learn about the basics with Barclays Stockbrokers before you begin.

Start investing

Visit the Barclays Stockbrokers Investor Zone to see which investments could be right for you, along with market data and analysis to help you decide.

J: Confident Balancing and risk averse

All done – it looks like you're not ready to start investing at the moment. Here are some options that might suit you better.

Save regularly

We offer a range of savings options – whether you'd prefer easy access to your money or to know exactly how much interest you'll earn.

Understand investing

As investing and risk go hand in hand, take some time to learn more about the basics with Barclays Stockbrokers.

M: Confident Slipping and Tolerant

All done – it looks like you're not ready to start investing at the moment. Here are a few things you could do to get your finances ready first.

Manage existing borrowing

Paying off debts is a good step to start saving money. If you're finding it difficult, we've got handy tips to help.

Work out your budget

Our online Money Tools can help you understand your spending and how best to cover everyday expenses.

Save regularly

We've got a range of savings options to help you set money aside for unexpected expenses.

N: Confident Slipping and Risk Averse

All done – it looks like you're not ready to start investing at the moment. Here are a few things you could do to get your finances ready first.

Manage existing borrowing

Paying off debts is a good step to start saving money. If you're finding it difficult, we've got handy tips to help.

Work out your budget

Our online Money Tools can help you understand your spending and how best to cover everyday expenses.

Save regularly

We've got a range of savings options to help you set money aside for unexpected expenses.

C: Unconfident comfortable and tolerant

All done – with a bit more research, it looks like you could start thinking about investing.

Understand investing

If you'd like to start investing, learn about the basics with Barclays Stockbrokers before you begin.

Save regularly

We offer a range of savings options – whether you'd prefer easy access to your money or to know exactly how much interest you'll earn.

D: Unconfident Comfortable and Risk Averse

All done – it looks like you're not ready to start investing at the moment. Here are some options that might suit you better.

Save regularly

We offer a range of savings options – whether you'd prefer easy access to your money or to know exactly how much interest you'll earn.

Understand investing

As investing and risk go hand in hand, take some time to learn more about the basics with Barclays Stockbrokers.

G: Unconfident Coasting and Tolerant

All done – with a bit more research, it looks like you could start thinking about investing.

Understand investing

If you'd like to start investing, learn more about the basics with Barclays Stockbrokers before you begin.

Save regularly

Our range of savings options can help you set money aside for unexpected expenses.

H: Unconfident Coasting and risk averse

All done – it looks like you're not ready to start investing at the moment. Here are some options that might suit you better.

Save regularly

We offer a range of savings options – whether you'd prefer easy access to your money or to know exactly how much interest you'll earn.

Understand investing

As investing and risk go hand in hand, take some time to learn more about the basics with Barclays Stockbrokers.

K: Unconfident Balancing and Tolerant

All done – with a bit more research, it looks like you could start thinking about investing.

Save regularly

We've got a range of savings options to help you set money aside for unexpected expenses.

Understand investing

Learn about the basics of investing with Barclays Stockbrokers for when you're ready to begin.

L: Unconfident Balancing and Risk Averse

All done – it looks like you're not ready to start investing at the moment. Here are some options that might suit you better.

Save regularly

We've got a range of savings options to help you set money aside for unexpected expenses.

Understand investing

As investing and risk go hand in hand, take some time to learn more about the basics with Barclays Stockbrokers.

O: Unconfident Slipping

All done – it looks like you're not ready to start investing at the moment. Here are a few things you could do to get your finances ready first.

Manage existing borrowing

Paying off debts is a good step to start saving money. If you're finding it difficult, we've got handy tips to help.

Work out your budget

Our online Money Tools can help you understand your spending and how best to cover everyday expenses.

Save regularly

We've got a range of savings options to help you set money aside for unexpected expenses.

P: Unconfident Slipping and Risk Averse

All done – it looks like you're not ready to start investing at the moment. Here are a few things you could do to get your finances ready first.

Manage existing borrowing

Paying off debts is a good step to start saving money. If you're finding it difficult, we've got handy tips to help.

Work out your budget

Our online Money Tools can help you understand your spending and how best to cover everyday expenses.

Save regularly

We've got a range of savings options to help you set money aside for unexpected expenses.

I want to learn more about investing

I want to learn more about investing

Perhaps you’re thinking of investing for the first time or you might already have some experience of investments, such as buying shares in a company or investing in a fund.

Whatever your level of experience, Barclays Stockbrokers can help you learn more about making your own investment decisions before you begin.

I understand investing and want to open an account

 I understand investing and want to open an account

If you understand investments and want to open a new ISA or investment account, or you’re an experienced investor, we offer a range of accounts to suit you.

Choose from over 2,000 funds with Barclays Stockbrokers and find market data, tools and analysis to help you decide. Even better, you won’t pay fees if you only invest in funds from our Funds Market.

Remember that investments can fall in value, so you could get back less than you invest. If you’re unsure about investing, please seek independent financial advice.