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Investments for 15-16 year olds? watch

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    Hi all,

    Are there any investments products for 15-16 year olds out there, in the UK only?

    Thanks for all of the help in advance!
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    Pack of ****. Sell them for a quid round the back school gates and you'll make over £10 on a packet. I actually had a friend who made quite a bit of money doing this :lol:
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    Legitimate methods?
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    Invest in your education.
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    Is there any way of actually saving for my future at some percentage increase rate that is not an ISA or any savings account, more like a bond or shares or something?

    Thanks.
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    (Original post by Swanbow)
    Pack of ****. Sell them for a quid round the back school gates and you'll make over £10 on a packet. I actually had a friend who made quite a bit of money doing this :lol:
    I made a load of money doing this at school, at one point i was selling over 40 during dinner time alone. They was 50p back then however, it was £2 something per 10 though.

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    I know you're looking for actual investments, but Halifax do a junior ISA with 6% interest which is a pretty great rate

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    (Original post by arjunbendre)
    Hi all,

    Are there any investments products for 15-16 year olds out there, in the UK only?

    Thanks for all of the help in advance!
    Have a look what savings accounts there are out there.
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    No

    You're stuck with saving or starting a business.
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    (Original post by Emma:-))
    Have a look what savings accounts there are out there.

    Okay thanks I'll take a look!
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    (Original post by Quady)
    No

    You're stuck with saving or starting a business.

    Okay thanks!
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    My older brother sells cigarettes for 5 pound a roll to year 9's he makes a lot fo cash quick
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    (Original post by kumori)
    I made a load of money doing this at school, at one point i was selling over 40 during dinner time alone. They was 50p back then however, it was £2 something per 10 though.

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    40 ****?! Now that is a fortune. Yeah, it was 50p for one back in my day or 3 for £1 depending on who was selling it.
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    (Original post by Sunshine Jess)
    I know you're looking for actual investments, but Halifax do a junior ISA with 6% interest which is a pretty great rate

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    thanks! I'll have a look at that!
 
 
 
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