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katmonkey

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    United Kingdom
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    Both

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  • What I am collecting / Investing in
    Mainly wealth preservation and speculation

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  1. belangp is very comprehensive but is too complex for me. I like Maneco64 & also watch Shadowstack
  2. Maneco64 on youtube is very good.
  3. I might just put funds into a cash isa until I'm clearer on what to do. I take it you can easily transfer funds from a cash isa to s&a isa? How much does Cavendish charge to buy shares? With all that's going on in the world it might be best to see how things pan out in the next month or two.
  4. I'm thinking of investing into a stocks and shares ISA. My pension is with St James Place through Tulloch Wealth Management based in Newcastle. I've read some bad reviews about Sjp regarding their charges but I haven't had to pay the charges listed. I would like to know your opinions as I've never invested into a s&s before, although I know a bit about shares in general. I have a bunch of Funds I'm thinking about. Sustainable & Responsible Equity. Equity Income. Global Equity. The charges are: 1.67% initial set up charge. 1.5% annual charge. Has anybody invested in these funds and is it something you would recommend? I would appreciate any advice. Would you recommend investing in individual shares and what platform would you use. What are the charges?
  5. Looking at the gold chart on bullionbypost I noticed a sharp drop in price. What causes these fluctuations & has anyone benefitted from buying at the lower price?
  6. I should of stated I purchased from the Royal Mint shop and it's not bullion. I've just called them and they said you have 14 days to return item from when it was delivered. For the reason I was told to put, 'changed my mind'
  7. The info (below) from Royal Mint. Should I just say unwanted gift or something along those lines? On the Delivery Note: Reason for return" -Product is defective. Please excahnge it. -Product is defective. Please refund. -I wish to cancel my order. Please specify reason. How to Return an item If you would like to return your order, please return it to the following address. Quality Department PCU PO Box 500 Pontyclun CF72 8BR Please enclose a note with the following: 1. Customer Code (can be found on your Despatch Note) 2. Despatch Ref (can be found on your Despatch Note) 3. Reason for return
  8. Hi all, probably a silly question. I made a purchase from the Royal Mint. I've decided to return the item. There's nothing wrong with it I just want to return it. On the invoice you have to enter a reason for return. What should I put? Thanks
  9. I've made it to the delivery page. Yawn!
  10. I too would love to see Roald Dahl on a 50p. Fantastic images by Quentin Blake. I don't want to start a debate but this PC culture drives me up the wall!
  11. Hi, yes I just found that out with the same login details. Currently the coin is £375 at bullion by post. Why the big price difference to gold.co.uk?
  12. Hi, I'm checking out dealer prices for new QB White lion of Mortimer coin 1/4 oz. Atkinsons have it on pre order for approx £360. Continuing my search I found Gold.co.uk with the pre order price approx. £350. I've bought from Atkinsons in the past and thought they were the cheapest. I've never purchased from Gold.co.uk but I discovered it's a sister site of bullion by post who I have purchased from before. Any thoughts on gold.co.uk and where will you be purchasing from? Thanks
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