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Value investing should be about business resilience

Investing style is how investors typically make sense of their portfolios. Emphasis can be on big or small companies, and labelled as “growth” or “value”. Each person’s style preference will fit their longer term goals, or even just match their own personality or attitude to risk. Investors can gain from clear thinking about style. Unfortunately, […]

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Goals based investing; simple portfolio structures and rebalancing

How should risk-averse investors approach stock-market investment? Recent research gives some useful tips. My article in the Herald looks at some advice. Clear thinking is needed at the outset about what an investment is trying to achieve. Trading too much and reducing stock market exposure at the wrong time can materially damage long-term returns. Investors […]

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