Justin Urquhart Stewart: A simple motto for complex times

Four little words of comfort

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Justin Urquhart Stewart: "More often than not, a negative year in a major equity market is followed by a positive one."
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Justin Urquhart Stewart: "More often than not, a negative year in a major equity market is followed by a positive one."

Building an investment process is one thing, sticking to it come what may quite another so, to help investors keep perspective when so much is going on, Justin Urquhart Stewart offers four little words of comfort

Investing is simple but not easy," said Warren Buffett - and that is partly because investing can be uncomfortable and push people to do things that are emotionally difficult. No wonder then, that...

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