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Market Movers Blog: UK investors report uptick in trading post-Covid-19;

Market Movers Blog: UK investors report uptick in trading post-Covid-19

October 14, 2020
Our research shows that the COVID-19 crisis has resulted in a significant increase in retail investors trading individual stocks. This trend has been fuelled by a combination of factors including increased volatility in the markets, people having more time on their hands as a result of being furloughed, and, in some cases, an alternative to betting on sporting events, which had been cancelled.
However, investing in shares should always be part of a planned and balanced investment portfolio. For many retail investors a portfolio is likely to consist of a mix of funds, ETFs and potentially some individual stock positions, as well as a cash reserve.

GraniteShares Survey Reveals Brits Are Taking a Punt;

GraniteShares Survey Reveals Brits Are Taking a Punt

October 14, 2020

As banks and NS&I cut savings interest rates in the UK, there are very few safe bets when it comes to investment. Especially one that can make enough to help plug a gap in your income during the Covid-19 pandemic. So as risky as it is, people are trying sharedealing once again. Here’s the latest;


Bored in the house: bet on stocks?;

Bored in the house: bet on stocks?

October 14, 2020

Furloughed, bored at home, no sports events, more people opted to buy stocks
during the lockdown, according to a survey of 1,000 people commissioned by
GraniteShares.


Research reveals big spike in people trading shares during Covid-19 crisis;

Research reveals big spike in people trading shares during Covid-19 crisis

October 14, 2020

New research from ETF provider GraniteShares, which offers a range of 3x short and 3x leveraged ETPs on popular UK and US stocks, reveals that since the Coronavirus crisis started, 15.5 per cent of people in the UK who own shares claim to have started buying and selling more, and 3 per cent of the adult population – over 1.5 million people – say they bought some for the first time.  


Bored Britons taking a bigger punt on shares;

Bored Britons taking a bigger punt on shares

October 14, 2020

British traders go all out for shares – Now’s the time to go multi-asset;

British traders go all out for shares – Now’s the time to go multi-asset

October 14, 2020

158,000 people claim to be trading shares daily in the United Kingdom,. 11% have traded shares more because they could no longer bet on sporting events during the early stages of the pandemic because these had been cancelled and 14% have traded more because they have more time to do this because of being furloughed


Market Movers Blog: UK investors report uptick in trading post-Covid - survey;

Market Movers Blog: UK investors report uptick in trading post-Covid - survey

October 14, 2020

Over 3% of the adult UK population bought shares for the first time, while almost a fifth of existing investors said they increased their trading levels since the coronavirus crisis started, a survey has revealed.


Study shows spike in people trading shares during COVID-19;

Study shows spike in people trading shares during COVID-19

October 14, 2020

GraniteShares has reported that 15.5% of people who own shares claim to have started buying and selling more since the coronavirus pandemic started.

The research from the ETF provider also suggested that 3% of the adult population – over 1.5 million people – say they have bought some for the first time. Only 10% of people who own shares say they have been trading them less often since the crisis started.

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