The ten component parts of evidence-based investing, and why the approach should be core to your portfolio
The data that supports evidence-based investing and why expensive active fund management doesn’t work
The behaviours you can adopt as an investor to maximise your chances of success
Evidence-based investing provides a structured and disciplined approach to portfolio construction that creates wealth by capturing the returns of the whole market, driving down costs and removing the emotional decision-making of a beat-the-market mindset.
In this guide, we look at emotional decision-making techniques to avoid, from outguessing the market to chasing past performance, and how focusing on the things you can control will lead to long-term financial success.
Watch the video to listen to our MD, Anthony run through his 10-step guide to evidence-based investing.
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Our guide will equip you with all of the facts, and help you understand the benefits and risks of an evidence-based approach. If you have any questions having read the guide, simply email us and we’ll happily answer any questions you may have.
This document is marketing material for a retail audience and does not constitute advice or recommendations. Past performance is not a guide to future performance and may not be repeated. The value of investments and the income from them may go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount originally invested.
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