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Ftse Allshare Tracker - When To Invest?

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Hi,

I've already got about £35k in a FTSE Allshare Tracker fund, investments were staggered, ranging from when the FTSE was around 3500, up to 4800. Not too worried about the recents drops, as I've already seen some healthy gains. However I'm looking to invest an additional 10k to 20k over the next 6months to a year, will be starting we a 4k lump sum to use up my ISA allowance this tax year, when would be the best time?.

This fund will be used later on down the line when hopefully house prices have bottomed out, I'm guessing up to 5 years...

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Hi,

I've already got about £35k in a FTSE Allshare Tracker fund, investments were staggered, ranging from when the FTSE was around 3500, up to 4800. Not too worried about the recents drops, as I've already seen some healthy gains. However I'm looking to invest an additional 10k to 20k over the next 6months to a year, will be starting we a 4k lump sum to use up my ISA allowance this tax year, when would be the best time?.

This fund will be used later on down the line when hopefully house prices have bottomed out, I'm guessing up to 5 years...

You shouldnt put any more in. These days I think you should be prepared to hold FTSE trackers for 10 years plus. Keep in your existing FTSE trackers but stick the rest of the dosh into cash ISAs and high-interest savings accounts.

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