Nick Armet outlines four strategies advisers can employ to help clients through periods of market volatility and says a long-term, risk-aligned investment strategy teamed with the discipline to stay the course can be a powerful combination
Markets have been volatile this year, particularly US markets like the S&P500 and the Nasdaq. While corrections are an inevitable feature of investing, they can be difficult times to navigate for investors. This is because investing is prone to being derailed by a range of psychological biases that can trigger emotional decision-making. And emotional decisions can be hazardous to building portfolio wealth. This article looks at some major biases and how advisers can help their clients avoid them. 1. Don't overtrade or change strategies - it's bad for long-term returns If ‘time...
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