How to Invest in Gold Shares in the UK or Anywhere in the World

I’ve been investing in the stock market for several years, I don’t work with it directly but I consider that I have a lot of knowledge and I would like to pass this on a little to the readers. Recently one of my readers asked me about the gold market and how to invest in gold shares in the UK, the country I currently live in, and where most of my readers live. Although all places have specificities regarding gold investment, I will talk about the reality of the UK but it will probably work for all places in the world that have a free stock market and without major limitations. The first step to investing in gold shares is to know what gold shares are, which are gold shares in the stock market, and in this type of investment you can buy or sell in the same way you could buy gold bars but you will buy what a company is worth, values or devalues and not just the gold itself.Another interesting factor that is necessary to be aware of is what affects the price and gold companies that are in the stock market, and the main elements that affect the price of gold are:Global demandMining productionInterest rateThe American dollarFinancial stress and political insecurity. After the investor knows this basic knowledge, it is time for him to create his gold trading or investment account and then find an investment opportunity.Investment opportunities can be found through expert analysis, technical indicators, trading alerts, and trading signals.When you find your opportunity, you will buy a stock and then decide whether to buy more, hoping for a greater appreciation, or sell if you think the stock will not appreciate more in the short or medium term.you will be able to choose between buying and selling on the market – also known as buying or selling. You would buy if you expected the asset’s price to rise in a certain period and sell if you thought its price would fall. After these steps, any beginning investor will be able to invest in stocks in the UK or anywhere in the world that has a normal stock market.