LONDON, December 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
- A New Financial Investment and Information Site launches to Help Guide New Investors
A new investment website, designed to help beginners and first-time investors, has been launched in the UK.
The website, called Investing.co.uk (http://www.investing.co.uk) offers hundreds of detailed articles and guides to inform investors about different types of investment, savings and trading opportunities in the UK.
Users of the site can read engaging articles written by experienced authors on Gold Investment, Savings, Funds and ETFs, Commodities, Bonds, Pensions and Retirement, Spread Betting, Forex, Property and even digital media investments such as Website and Premium Domains.
The guides provide in-depth articles and insight into different forms of assets and markets, such as learning how and where to buy gold, the issues with storing gold bars at home, comparing online gold dealers, and how much various gold bars and bullion coins cost.
The owners of the new site, which was launched towards the end of 2012, stated:
"More and more people are looking for additional ways to make money online. We created Investing.co.uk to help educate people about the risks and different types of investing and trading that are available to them online, as well as provide interesting articles for antiques, property, premium domain and website investments. New companies that offer crowd source funding for start-ups are also becoming very popular in 2012/13 so we wanted to become the first website to compare crowd funding websites for digital entrepreneurs."
Recent topical articles include how Nominet (the UK organization responsible for managing the .uk namespace) is planning to bring out a new direct.uk domain product which will cripple the value of .co.uk domain holders and damage UK brands online.
The site also plans to conduct interviews with various entrepreneurs, start-ups and authority figures in 2013 as they build up more momentum. If you'd like to be featured on the website in an interview or start-up story than you can contact the editors directly on the site.
For more information please visit http://www.investing.co.uk. You can also follow the site on Twitter: @Investingcouk or via Google Plus: +Investing.co.uk for various news updates and videos shared from the web.