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Jan 20, 2017 3:25 pm

investing in shares Shares are one of the four main investment types, along with cash, bonds and property. They carry risk, but they can offer the highest returns. This guide explains how they work, and what the risks can be, so you can decide whether shares might be right for you. Shares are bought and sold on the stock exchange. Shares from big companies are traded on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) – you’ll hear these called ‘listed shares’ – and smaller companies are traded on the Alternative Investments Market (AIM). Investing in shares means buying and keeping them for a while in order to make money. There are two ways of getting money from shares of a company: If the company grows and becomes more valuable, the share is worth more – so your investment is worth more too. Some shares pay you part of the company’s profits each year, called a dividend. If you buy shares in larger, long-established companies you’ll probably get dividends, but you may not get rapid growth. Shares that pay regular dividends are good for getting an income or the dividends can be reinvested to grow your capital. Dividend income is taxed at a different rate from savings interest. Kampala, Uganda

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