Robin Powell 21 Jun 2022

Which investors are most likely to panic in a downturn?

In recent days we’ve seen a series of stomach-churning downward lurches in global stock markets. Once again, sensible commentators are rightly urging investors to stay calm. Bailing out when markets have fallen sharply is almost invariably a bad idea. It might bring short-term emotional comfort, but you may well be paying a very high price for it in the long run. As the saying goes, ‘Act in haste, repent at leisure’.

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James Gillespie
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Don’t say the ‘B’ word…

This B***** saga has seen more twists than Alton Towers, yet here we stand at the end of yet another line, waiting on the ongoing negotiations…
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Abraham Okusanya
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Money, Media and the Fear Instinct

Billions wiped back onto the stock market so far in 2019!
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The less you look (or the best-managed volatility strategy in the world)

If you wish to lower the volatility of your portfolio, stop looking at it so often.
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