My Trading 212 £5,500 Portfolio Experiment – June 21st, 2021 update. LPI is the star of the show!
In this latest update of my £5,500 Trading 212 stock portfolio, LPI has made gains of 121% pushing the portfolio to almost tripling.
I’m a huge fan of index trackers but I wanted to test out a single stock portfolio and see how it performs against my trusted Vanguard US Equity Index Tracker.
I’ll be changing the portfolio as needed and posting updates. I don’t recommend anyone who has limited investing experience pick single stocks like I am doing here.
Most of my investments are in index tracker funds and this Trading 212 portfolio represents a small percentage of my total investments. If you would like to see all my investments, you can view them here.
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