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News Archive - April 2013

Mad World.

15/4/2013

I often get asked if it is a good time to invest in the stock market. I think that my clients understand that I am not clairvoyant, but they like to ask anyway.

This evening there has been an explosion in Boston which might be the start of a new terrorist threat to the US. Earlier on, I watched a documentary about North Korea which came to the conclusion that the country might start a thermonuclear war 'by mistake'.

The world stock market can be adversely affected by this type of event, but long-term returns have always historically reverted to the norm. The more sanguine investor would see this type of setback as a buying opportunity. Investing regularly tends to make these short term fluctuations even out.

There is no risk-free way to make money from investments. On Monday the price of gold (which is touted by some as a stock-market beating investment) fell by more than 7% in one day.

By using investment funds rather than investing in individual shares, you drastically reduce the risks of the stock market.  Please ask Mulberry Financial for a meeting so that we can explain the risks and help you to see that the right time to start saving is always NOW.


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