A question that new investors often ask is whether they should hold off investing during times of uncertainty.
It can be tempting to wait on the sidelines until things become clearer — especially if there are stock pundits forecasting a crash or correction. But is it logical? Here’s JONATHAN HOLLOW.
ABOUT JONATHAN HOLLOW
JONATHAN HOLLOW worked for the UK Government’s Money and Pensions Service and is a writer and commentator on consumer education and protection. He is the co-author, with Robin Powell, of the award-winning book How to Fund the Life You Want, which is published by Bloomsbury.
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