Darius McDermott: Three modern day investment myths debunked

Beware new ‘norms’

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Darius McDermott: "The more investors latch onto a particular market theme, the more dangerous agreeing with the consensus becomes."
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Darius McDermott: "The more investors latch onto a particular market theme, the more dangerous agreeing with the consensus becomes."

Market highs are a good time to test new 'norms' so here Darius McDermott considers three common modern-day 'myths' and how you might convince clients to look beyond their comfort zone to generate superior returns

The FTSE has reached a new all-time high, we have enjoyed a nine-year-and-counting bull market in equities, and bonds have made us a nice amount of money over the past three decades. Investors - an...

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