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Seven deadly sins of investing

Seven deadly sins of investing

This issue our experts look at common mistakes that could be holding back your investments. Mark Dampier first explores why paying too much attention to news flows can be potentially dangerous to long-term wealth. Read article

Putting all your eggs in one basket

Putting all your eggs in one basket

Why we think diversification is key - and how to achieve it. Read article


Not taking enough risk

Not taking enough risk

Why it can be as dangerous as taking too much. Read article




Ignoring funds

Ignoring funds

For exciting returns, let investing be boring. Read article


Focusing on the recent past

Focusing on the recent past

Don't let recent events cloud your judgement. Read article




Trading too much

Trading too much

Why we think it's usually best to take the long view. Read article


Mark Dampier on his retirement bucket list

Mark Dampier on his retirement bucket list

Mark Dampier discusses his thoughts around how to successfully plan for, and enjoy, your retirement. Read article




How long should you hold on to an investment?

How long should you hold on to an investment?

George Salmon explains when he would consider changing an investment. Read article


Not having a plan

Not having a plan

If you fail to plan, you're planning to fail. Read article




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