So I just discovered there is a third type of investing, ISA

What does that stand for?
Is that only for UK citizenship?
I am from Romania, and it doesnt show, thats normal?
I am I losing anything?
What where the differences/advantages?

See a previous discussion:


It means “Individual Savings Account”
It’s only for UK residents
Yeah it’s normal for it to not show outside of the UK

Basically it’s a type of account that UK residents can put up to £20,000 in per tax year and any returns are free from capital gains and dividend taxes.

You would need to check your own tax laws and see if there is an equivalent type of account.

@Richard.W Well, I wasted my time kinda…