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British Investors Seek Alternative Investment Options

June 29, 2015 – Comments (0)

Contrarian Investments are Viable Possibilities 

When the tide of investors moves in one direction, there are a handful of investors who move in the other direction: they are known as contrarian investors. This group of investors rank among the most successful in the United Kingdom. Being able to make investments that go against public opinion is no mean feat. The tech bubble of the 90s is a case in point: most investors decided to go all in with tech stocks, but when the bubble burst many investors lost their life savings. Much the same is true of investors who avoided stocks in banks and the finance sector – especially during the financial crisis. Various popular UK stocks have all taken major hits in recent years, including British Petroleum (BP) and HSBC.  [more]

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