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9 May 2014

The Press & Journal: Even the best managers get it wrong

In Monday 5th May’s edition of The Press and Journal, Investment Director, Barry O’Neill, explained how picking a fund manager can sometimes be fraught with danger.

Comparing investing to football, where even the most successful retire eventually, and most are on a merry-go-round that means they change employers every few years, Barry looks at some of the things that can go wrong when investing.

As Barry concludes, it is not difficult to be the world’s worst investor. However, fortunately, it you let academia guide you, it is also not difficult to succeed.

You can read the whole article by clicking here, and if you want further investment advice or help to understand the inextricable link between risk and reward, email us at enquiries@carbonfinancial.co.uk or get in touch on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.

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