Going against human instinct and taking a contrarian approach to investing is not for everyone. It takes practice, and commitment in your convictions. While not well known in Australia, contrarian investing has a long history and some notable advocates.
As part of our ongoing commitment to improving the understanding of contrarian investing, we have released this guide which explains how going against human instinct may help to minimise risks and maximise returns when investing.
Download our guide to contrarian investing to learn why a drop in a share’s price can indicate that it may be the perfect time to invest and how these underperforming stocks can sometimes go on to outperform the market. Read now.
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