Wealth Matters, Q4 2023: Sticking with the plan

In our latest edition of Wealth Matters Goodbody Head of Investment Strategy Joe Prendergast asks: is sticking with the plan still the right thing to do? He explains that a look at history offers a reminder that time has a powerful effect on multi-asset portfolios.

Other highlights in this edition:
-  The much-predicted recession never appeared but inflation dominated during the first half of 2023. We look back at the year that fought inflation.
- Chief Investment Officer Bernard Swords outlines a deep dive into 2023’s markets and how investors fared.
- In a Q&A with Head of Fixed Income Strategy Elizabeth Geoghegan, she tells us more about her role and gives us an idea of what to expect from the bond market in 2024.

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