Being a systematic investor reaps success

What type of investor are you? Impulsive, loss-averse, irregular or systematic? StashAway recommends investing regularly and keeping your portfolio diversified. Do not stop investing and do not withdraw.
What type of investor are you? Impulsive, loss-averse, irregular or systematic? StashAway recommends investing regularly and keeping your portfolio diversified. Do not stop investing and do not withdraw.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG

The best way to build wealth over time - have a plan, stick to it, even in uncertain economic climate

Investors who stick to their plans despite ups and downs in the market reap the best returns, according to a new study.

StashAway, a digital wealth management platform, looked at data from around 92,000 of its users in Singapore, of whom about 70 per cent were aged between 25 and 45.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on January 19, 2020, with the headline 'Being a systematic investor reaps success'. Print Edition | Subscribe