Citigroup (C) - All you need to know

Learn about the banking behemoth, Citigroup. This page is a hub that explains the key things you need to know about the company, and it provides links to additional learning tools.
By: Charlie Hancox
Charlie Hancox
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Updated: Jan 24, 2022

Ways to invest in Citigroup

Perhaps the easiest path to owning Citigroup shares runs through an online stockbroker. Gone are the days when you needed to buy physical stock on the phone; online services allow you to control your entire investment portfolio with the convenience of a website or app interface. 

Aside from buying shares in Citigroup outright, there are other methods of investing in the company available to you. For example, you could use a mutual fund or exchange-traded fund (ETF) that holds shares of Citigroup instead. We have outlined these alternative investment practices below and provided links to help further your knowledge. 

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What is Citigroup?

Citigroup is one of the largest financial companies in the world, operating as an investment bank and provider of various financial services in more than 160 different countries. Citigroup employs more than 200,000 people, manages more than 200 million customer accounts, and regularly reports revenue above $50 billion a year.

If you aren’t ready to invest in a specific company like Citigroup yet, and you need to establish a greater understanding of the stock market first, read our Stock Markets 101 course to get some handy tips on investing in stocks. 

How to invest in Citigroup

The following is a list of different investment strategies that you can deploy when investing in Citigroup. You can also click on the links provided to learn more.

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Charlie Hancox
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Alongside his passion for trading, Charlie has represented Great Britain and won national championships as a water polo player, and as a budding film director, has… read more.