Wednesday April 1, 2020

Irish lose faith in conventional investments

We are now more likely to favour renewable energy as an investment than housing, according to a survey.

24th April, 2012
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Wind energy: better than gold?

Post-bubble, Irish people have lost their faith in conventional investment assets such as property and shares, according to a new survey.

Most of the people surveyed for the report said they believed renewable energy would perform better in the next 20 years that gold, property or shares.

One fifth of people opted for gold, ten per cent for property and only seven per cent for shares.

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