Lesson type: Think like an investor

Investing outside the news cycle

We can’t help but be swayed by news headlines, both in life and in investing. Will Low of Nikko Asset Management explains how focussing too much on short-term noise can have an adverse effect on your investment decision-making and why you might be better off to just ignore it.

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