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VIDEO: How to start investing

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If you’re a complete novice to investing and aren’t sure where or how to start, our video explains the first steps you can take.

It can be daunting making the leap from saving to investing and with so many different choices and decisions for you to take, it may not appear a simple process.

But in our latest video series, Tom Stevenson of Fidelity International explains to’s editor, Joanna Faith, how investment platforms work, why funds are a good place to start, the difference between advice and guidance and whether first-time investors should pay for professional help.

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