'Too complicated': 44% of investors put off researching investments

FSCS and FCA research

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'Too complicated': 44% of investors put off researching investments
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'Too complicated': 44% of investors put off researching investments

Almost half of UK investors wished to have spent more time researching their investment but found it too “time-consuming”, or “complicated,” according to research by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).

The data, published on Tuesday (17 May), revealed that consumers failed to prioritise researching investments, instead spending time on choosing a holiday (31%), buying a house (26%), doing laundry...

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