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Micro-investing is where you invest small amounts regularly, for example by using apps that "round up" your card payments to the nearest pound and invest the digital "change". The apps are normally a type of robo-adviser and tend to target young people who feel they don't earn enough to invest in funds or shares yet or don't know how to ...
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In this way, you're similar to a multi-asset class or fund, which is a combination or portfolio of asset classes (cash, shares, bonds etc) that increases the diversification (and prospective value) of your portfolio overall.
For anyone who prefers to play their personal investment game on easy mode, mutual funds (US) and unit trusts (UK) are two different names for the same kind of low-effort investment funds. They take money from a large group of investors, and then typically invest it in a wide variety of stocks or bonds ...