If you have been affected by the ups and downs of the markets, is it now time to take a fresh look at investing – to recover what you may have lost, or seize a potential opportunity to profit from the recovery?
The financial world is still reeling from the effect of the coronavirus, which has caused volatility in the stock markets – and corresponding losses for corporate and individual investors. The current financial situation is still far from clear, but if you have suffered losses one thing is certain – time is always money, and if you have sustained losses it is never too soon to start thinking about rebuilding your portfolio.
It’s easy to think that successful investment is a matter of timing. But one of the keys to success is to have an investment plan and stick to it as the market declines and recovers, to allow overall steady growth. We look at why ‘time in the market’, is just as crucial to your overall financial goals and objectives.
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