Your guide to investing in shares, bonds, funds, and peer to peer lending in NZ
When you buy shares, you buy a piece of ownership in a company. Also commonly known as stocks, investors in shares can profit from capital gains if the value of their shares go up. Many companies also pay dividends to their shareholders every 3-6 months, which is a portion of the company’s profits.
How to invest: You’ll need a broker to buy and sell shares, like Direct Broking, ASB Securities, or Sharesies
In July 2019, Sharesies started allowing their users to invest in individual companies listed on the NZX, New Zealand's sharemarket. Sharesies have already done a spectacular job in making funds ... Open article