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The Sunday Business Post asked some leading Irish business people for their top investment tips, which sectors to avoid, predictions for their sector and what changes are in store for investors in 2005.

1st January, 2005

The Sunday Business Post asked some leading Irish business people for their top investment tips, which sectors to avoid, predictions for their sector and what changes are in store for investors in 2005.

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Hot areas DIY and DIY-related shares as Irish people have gone crazy upgrading their homes and gardens.

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