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Are Santander shares a good investment?
I'm a bank account & shareholder at Santander in the UK. ( http://www.santandershareholder.co.uk/ )
I have recently received some literature offering me the opportunity to purchase additional shares, commission-free, via their Santander Account & Reinvestment plan. Could you advise on whether this Santander share purchase option would be a good investment opportunity in the current economic climate? I would be looking at this as a long term investment.
The market has crashed once, and almost twice, just recently. Any bad news that comes out of Europe sends the market into turmoil. I would stay away from stocks as a whole and look at commodities.
In commodities you can go short something just as easy as you could go long something, making it an economically viable option.
the best thing would be to put it in in london stock exchange or yahoo shares and see what the average pricing is, if you look at yahoo shares it tells you the % of ups and downs in the year so you can get a look if they are down from a year ago then maybe a bad choice if they are up from a year ago maybe a good choice although they can rise and fall at any time, if they fall more than rise best not to invest
Compared to other international banks, Santander performed very well. Whether it will continue to do so in the future is a different matter. However, the economic climate at present and for the next 3/4 years in my opinion is gloomy.