When the world’s economies are going through a prolonged spell of volatility, it’s natural for some investors to have concerns. The truth is that share prices invariably rise and fall but, for the long-term investor, this shouldn’t need to be the primary concern. Historically, long-term performance tends to even things out and there are even good reasons to see opportunity when markets are more volatile.
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