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VIDEO: Investors should prepare for a volatile 2017

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04/01/2017
2016 was a rollercoaster year for investors thanks to concerns about the US Federal Reserve raising interest rates, anxiety around Chinese growth as well as political events such as the Brexit vote, the US presidential election and the Italian referendum.

Volatility looks set to be a major theme going into 2017 as Donald Trump enters the White House, Brexit negotiations heat up and more elections take place across Europe.

In the latest YourMoney.com video, Tom Stevenson of Fidelity International explains how DIY investors can prepare for another turbulent year, and looks back at the lessons learnt from 2016.

 

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