Wednesday February 26, 2020

Investors more confident but still wary of taking on new risk - study

Irish investors are hopeful of better economic fortunes ahead, but still wary of taking on investment risk, according to a new study.

28th October, 2014
Respondents saved an average of €234.06 per month

Irish investors are hopeful of better economic fortunes ahead, but still wary of taking on investment risk, according to a new study.

The survey, which was undertaken by Red C on behalf of Aviva Life and Pensions, found that more than a third of respondents were becoming less fearful about investing their money as Ireland’s economic prospects improved.

The study of 35 to 60 year-olds who currently have at least one financial investment...

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