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Coming into 2020, the global stockmarket had experienced a decade-long bull market. Such stability is now a distant memory.

This year has been marked by volatility on a scale we've not seen before. From Covid-19 to the US Presidential Election to, most recently, the arrival of a potential Covid-19 vaccine, major global events have driven markets into historic depths and unprecedented highs.   Those hoping for more stable market conditions shouldn't hold their breath. At time of writing, there are still question marks surrounding the transition of power in the US and how Brexit will pan out. And with many major economies staring down the barrel of recession, we can expect a turbulent ride ahead. Inflexib...

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