Is buying ETFs on Interactive Investor good for begginers?

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I would say if you are a complete beginner, then there are better brokers for buying ETFs than Interactive Investor as they have a fixed fee plan, which can diminish returns if you have less than £1,000 to invest. If you are new to ETF investing you see our ETF platform comparison here.

Interactive Investor ETF Investing Review
Interactive Investor

Name: Interactive Investor ETF Investing

Description: Interactive Investor won our award for best ETF investing account in the 2022 awards. You can choose from over 1,000 ETFs to invest or use their expert picks in the Super 60 and ACE 40 lists.
Capital at risk.


A good ETF investing platform for larger accounts, as costs are fixed and do not increase with your portfolio.

  • ETFs available: 1,000
  • ETF account charge: £4.99 per month
  • ETF dealing charge: £3.99
  • Account types: GIA, ISA, SIPP, JISA

Fees: Interactive Investor ETF dealing commissions are a free trade every month, then charged £3.99 or upgrade to a £19.99 “Super Investor” account 2 free monthly trades and deal for £3.99. Regular investing is free.


  • Fixed account fee good for large ETF accounts
  • Low minimum deposit of £1
  • Wide range of ETFs


  • The fixed fee is not great for very small accounts
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  • Market Access
  • Online Platform
  • Customer Service
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