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VIDEO: Is a market correction on the horizon?

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Written by: YourMoney.com
16/01/2018
Given the extraordinary gains seen in the FTSE 100, speculation is mounting that a market correction is imminent. What, if anything, should investors do to protect their portfolios?

In this five minute video, Tom Stevenson of Fidelity International explains to YourMoney.com’s Paloma Kubiak what is meant by a market correction and what’s fuelling speculation that a dip in stock markets may be imminent.

Plus they discuss what – if any – action investors should take to protect their portfolios in the short-term, and whether a market correction might, in the longer term, give investors a buying opportunity.

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