Friday November 22, 2019

Four resolutions to keep private investors flying high

Careful analysis and cutting out impulse decisions can lead to a profitable 2019 for investors

16th December, 2018

The Iseq: you can increase the performance of your stocks by just following a few simple guidelines Pic: Bloomberg

As the new year beckons, it’s time for us all to look back on the fortunes of the equity markets, most of which have performed rather disappointingly over the past year. The main European indices have fallen by double-digit percentages, tempting some investors to walk away.

Our own stock market is small in total market capitalisation terms, so most of the shares listed on it lack significant liquidity. That can make trading difficult...

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