Monday February 17, 2020

Eastern promise

Irish investors tend to be homebirds, but indirect exposure to overseas markets can be highly profitable

24th March, 2019

We all like to make a fast buck as well as an opportunity to accumulate wealth over the longer term. But I suspect most private investors don’t consider the broad landscape of investment opportunities open to them. So few private Irish investors want to extend their investments beyond property, and fewer still want to extend their risk appetite beyond our shores.

We don’t have a strong equity culture in Ireland. Aside from free...

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