Chris Jones: The unseen risks are the ones that get you

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"I am certainly not diminishing the health, social and economic impact of the virus but that is where any worry should be and not on long-term investments."
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"I am certainly not diminishing the health, social and economic impact of the virus but that is where any worry should be and not on long-term investments."

Times like these prove that long-term financial plans need long-term risk plans, argues Chris Jones - and it is unexpected risks that catch you out

It's the things that you can't see that get you. There are countless stories of people doing dangerous jobs for years just to meet their end in some domestic or road accident on their day off. If y...

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