Published by : Newton Investment Management
‘Regret risk' is a well-documented behavioural-finance phenomenon which describes the pain endured when forgoing potential gains. Catherine Doyle, head of defined contribution at Newton, considers the risks DC schemes may wish to heed as stock markets trend ever higher.
Published:11 January 2018
Business Area: Defined Benefit Pensions
Type: Audio/Video (.mp3, mp4, mpg)
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