Friday February 28, 2020

Managing your share portfolio in choppy waters

What should investors do when stock markets are in turmoil?

30th August, 2015
Pedestrians are reflected on a share price board in Tokyo last weekGetty

Following the stock market correction, many investors will be taking stock and asking a number of questions. Should I be selling out? Will I use my current cash to buy more shares at the new lows? Will I switch the balance of my portfolio and go in search of other asset classes? Or will I just stick with it, however rocky things get?

Investors most likely to get the answers wrong are those who didn’t...

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