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Stupid short-term trades versus investing for the long run

ANALYSIS: If you lower the price of a service, demand will increase. But will returns?

The Financial Markets Authority commissioned research in August last year to better understand the behaviours and intentions of the large number of new investors who have started putting money into low-cost platforms such as Sharesies and Hatch in the past couple of years.

In a media release

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Brent Sheather Sun, 06 Mar 2022
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