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What do you do if you find a company you like?

What are the simple steps to purchasing shares?

While everyone is worrying about climate change – who is keeping an eye on the robots?

A year ago Robot company Boston Dynamics released this clip of their robot Atlas doing a back flip… Well he is back again doing parkour & gymnastics.

As you watch these clips you are probably thinking one of a two things… How long will it be before robots enslave the human race? Or if you are a capitalist – how can you make money out of it before it happens?

What do you do when you see a company that is doing something cool and you think you’d like to buy shares in that company.

In this Video I’ll go over the 3 basic steps of purchasing shares in a company.

Step 1: Find the stock code & stock exchange

Step 2: Set up a stock broking account

Step 3: Buy shares! I’m going to use Boston Dynamics as an example in this video – however this is not advice, I’m not saying you should run out and buy shares. Always do you research and understand the risks before purchasing shares.

 

 

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