4 tips to help you avoid big investment losses

Pay attention to all statements sent to you, especially if your holdings can be influenced by the volatility of global markets. PHOTO: UNSPLASH
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SINGAPORE - A sad but actual fact about investments is that when people start to lose money, they often like to blame just about everyone else but themselves.

It's a different story when they make money, of course. Then it is usually because they are investment geniuses who made all the right moves with no input whatsoever from Lady Luck.

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