This video blog post follows on from last week’s video and provides a number of practical examples to answer one of the most common questions that beginners have when buying shares for the first time.

That is:

How much money should I invest in each share?

This video builds on Part 1 which highlighted the two things you need to balance when answering this question for your own situation.

This Part 2 applies that theory to a variety of common scenarios, step by step like a recipe, so that you can learn how it works in practice.

Go ahead and view the video below right now:



Having watched the video, you will hopefully have found a solution to cover your own particular situation whether you are investing a lump sum or accumulating savings from scratch.

Please leave me a comment below to let me know if you found it useful or click on one of the share buttons to help out one of your friends/colleagues.

Warm Regards,