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Returns shortfall widens for S'pore investors

Poll cites preference for domestic market and self-directed investments
Wednesday, April 30, 2014 - 06:00

Possible reasons for this could be a strong preference among respondents for a self-directed approach to investing instead of working with financial advisers, and a strong home bias for investments - PHOTO: SPH

INVESTORS in Singapore are seeing a widening gap between their desired and actual rates of return on investment compared to a year ago because they are too domestic market-oriented and do not seek financial advice. A 2014 global investment survey commissioned by Legg Mason Global Asset

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