Are investors falling out of love with equities? We all know about the so-called lost decade for equities investors who put money into the market in 2000, although that is a selective use of data.
If you put money into the UK market in 2003, only a couple of years after the dot.com crash, you money would be up about 60% in less than 10 years. So is market timing buying on dips or just luck? I would...
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