Fidelity multi-asset manager Kevin O'Nolan, 30, first became interested in investing in his teens when he put some of his savings in the Aer Lingus IPO, and he then continued investing in his 20s.
But while the airline flotation went well, his following investments did not always lead to the same success and he admits he lost half of what he invested. However, this proved to be a grounding experience...
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