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Oliver’s Insights – Five ways to help manage the noise and turn down the worry list

Date: 26 October 2016

Dr Shane Oliver, the AMP’s Chief Economist and Head of Investment Strategy and Economics, is responsible for AMP Capital’s diversified investment funds. He also provides economic forecasts and analysis of key variables and issues affecting, or likely to affect, all asset markets.

Click here to read some of his latest insights into the benefits of maintaining a long term investment horizon and being wary of unjust media hype/noise.

Disclaimer: It is important to be mindful of investor psychology and how it can affect our decision making behaviour. Shane Oliver has some good tips for recognising unhelpful behavioural tendencies and focusing on what is important – our objectives and strategy.

 

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