Patience a virtue for market investors

When it comes to your money these days, it is hard to know what to do. Interest rates are 0.1% in the UK and 0% in the rest of Europe.

This has led many people to add more of their money to the stock market, or even invest this way for the first time.

It has meant taking on risk that they were not comfortable with. Many will have taken the DIY approach, with no adviser to guide them.Suddenly Covid-19 strikes, and stock market values have travelled back in time to 2015. 

Many inexperienced investors are anxiously wondering what to do next.

We always spend a great deal of time talking about the “psychology of investing” and how markets work. To ...

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