Sink your teeth into a mobile investment

Popular opinion is that investing is only for the wealthy. However, at i-stock we believe everyone has the right to invest meaningfully for their future, no matter what their disposable income.

i-stock allows users to invest bitesize amounts on the go, from as little as £50 a month. Break that down and that’s just £12.50 a week. That’s only £1.80 a day.

So, you could simply cut out those cups of tea on the way to work and end up with a savings plan for the future. Easy as.

If a small amount each month doesn’t work for you, i-stock also allows for one-off payments, from as little as £500. What’s more, unlike current market ISAs or saving accounts, this doesn’t have to be regular. This can be as often or intermittently as you wish. 

Not only is the app accessible for everyone*; big savers or small,  on iPhone or Android, the account is free to set up and totally free to run**.  Furthermore, any profit made on your ISA will not be subject to UK income tax or capital gains.

*you must be 18+ to invest 

By changing the game, we can help you achieve your financial objectives by limiting the risk to your hard-earned money.


Get a taste for regular saving, even if it’s just a bite.

This Blog is published and provided for informational purposes only. The information in the Blog constitutes the author’s own opinions. None of the information contained in the Blog constitutes a recommendation that any particular investment strategy is suitable for any specific person. Investments may fall as well as rise and past performance is not an indicator of future performance. You may get back less than your initial investment. A stocks and shares ISA may not be right for everyone and current tax rules may change in the future. Find out more about the i-stock products (insert link to FAQ and Charges section of website/ i-stock is a trading style of Tavistock Wealth Ltd who is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 568089). Tavistock Wealth Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tavistock Investments Plc.