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Sounding pessimistic about financial markets is relatively easy in the current climate. Richard Flax explains why the more interesting question is why 2019 could do better than people think in this outlook.
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Financial markets are having a tough time navigating this landscape of short-term uncertainty as we move into 2019, and this has translated into a pick-up in volatility
Here, Richard Flax gives his take on what you can expect from 2019 and how you can invest to limit downside and maximise upside against an uncertain backdrop.