Investors always have a long list of things to worry about but in recent times, the pandemic has very quickly eclipsed them all.
One year on from when most of Asia first implemented social distancing policies in response to COVID-19, has the impact of the global pandemic exacerbated financial issues or derailed retirement plans given the uncertainty in the world?
As the markets battle volatility along with rising fears of inflation, it is natural for investors to feel a sense of unease when they watch the value of their investments rise and fall. However, one of the biggest mistakes investors can make is to sell when the market fall.
After reading this e-guide, you will learn how to maintain financial wellbeing in uncertain times, by ignoring short-term fluctuations and refocusing on your long-term goals.
Now is the time to step back and ignore the noise.
5 basic rules of investment
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A peace of mind in this worrying time
The value of an investment with St. James’s Place will be directly linked to the performance of the funds selected and may fall as well as rise. You may get back less than you invested.
Over half of Singaporeans and Hong Kongers have reduced contributions to their retirement account since the start of the pandemic.
Source: The New World Of Wealth 2021, The New World of Wealth 2021, commissioned by St. James’s Place Wealth Management and undertaken by Sandpiper Communications (2,017 respondents).
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