Nic Spicer: Just how nervous should clients be about equities?

'Diversification first, TINA second'

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Nic Spicer: "Short term it is impossible to say with any certainty, but over the medium term the acronym that keeps being mentioned with respect to the investment case for equities is TINA - 'There is no alternative'."
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Nic Spicer: "Short term it is impossible to say with any certainty, but over the medium term the acronym that keeps being mentioned with respect to the investment case for equities is TINA - 'There is no alternative'."

Nic Spicer looks at the current ups and downs in the equity market and talks TINA - is there no alternative?

September saw the first real global equity sell-off in about a year, begging the question: "Just how nervous should clients be about equities from here?" The sell-off was sparked first by fears that...

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