How To Import Your Existing Shares Into Investment Pies Using Trading 212

How To Import Your Existing Shares Into Investment Pies Using Trading 212

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Trading 212 now allows you to add shares you already own into investment pies. These pies allow you to reinvest dividends into whatever allocation you choose. For example, you can set the pie to automatically reinvest 10% of your dividends into Share A, 50% into Share B and 30% into Share C.

Pies also allow you to organise your shares into groups to track performance.

Previously, users weren’t able to add existing owned shares into pies. But now you can but you can only do it using the app. You cannot add existing owned shares into pies using the website. Hopefully, this will be updated soon.

In this video you’ll see:

How to create a new investment pie
How to add your owned shares into a pie
How to adjust the % allocations of shares your dividends reinvest
How to remove shares from your pie
How to turn dividend reinvestments within the pie on and off

Trading 212’s investent pies are a really useful tool and I plan on using them more in future.

I chose Trading 212 as they offer commission-free trades (less FX trading costs) so I can move in and out of stocks cheaply. I’ll be changing the portfolio throughout the year and posting weekly performance updates. Hope you enjoy.

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