If you’re looking to make a move in stocks and are worried about what the market is doing, the investment calculator below may help you.
This is one of a number of products available from the UK’s financial services regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
These tools are not for everyone, however, and should be used with caution.
If you have any questions about the calculator or its purpose, you can email [email protected]
You’ll need to provide your full name, address, and the name of your bank or financial institution.
There are a number details you need to fill in.
When to use the calculator You need to use it at least once a week.
You should use it if: You’re an investor looking to buy or sell a security, a bond or a mutual fund.
It helps you make informed decisions on the market and can help you get a sense of the market price.
If it’s your first time using the calculator, you may want to first look at the ‘Get your price’ option and then click ‘More’.
You need the calculator to understand how much you’re paying for a security or bond, and to make an informed decision.
You don’t need the information to make decisions on your own, so you don’t have to make it yourself.
You can get the information from a trusted source and not have to rely on someone else.
You might need to be careful not to include your name or address.
You could be subject to a penalty, for example, if you don the information.
You need this information to: Invest in an investment You want to invest.
This includes an index fund, a mutual funds, or a bond fund.
You must use the information if: The fund is offered to you from a financial institution, such as a bank, or an investment adviser.