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20 wealth managers' New Year (investment) resolutions

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by David Campbell on Jan 03, 2013 at 00:01

Our readers reveal their investment mantras for the year ahead

Calum Cameron, Willow Financial: Maintain optimum mental thinking/management and performance and ensure that I am mindful of the great things I have in my life
Nicholas Coghill, City Asset Management: Be proactive and positive
Simon Walker, Cheviot: Sit tight when markets get choppy - the trend is a rising one
David Man, RMG Wealth: Ignore the noise
Richard Minett, Standard Life Wealth: Read Citywire more!Mark Atherton, EFG Harris Halliday: Urge clients not to keep their money in the bank!
Daniel Lockyer, Hawksmoor: Not to be distracted by short term political noise and remain focussed on valuations and long term expectations, accepting volatility along the wayStephen Peters, Charles Stanley: Be courageous
Richard Scott, Hawksmoor: To increase the amount of time spent doing proper research by lessening the time spent on emails
Alan Steel, Alan Steel Asset Management: Start to say no, and to keep believing in contarianism

Jamie Berry, Berry Asset Management: Always have the courage to act on your first instinct and knowledge
Charles MacKinnon, Thurleigh: Trade even less
Glenn Meyer, RC Brown: Keep on keeping on
David Burren, Warwick Butchart: Political peace - in the USA, in the Middle East, the Far East (Japan/China/NK) etc. Seriously, these macro factors, while out of our control, are drivers of sentiment and investment returns
Peter Lowman, Investment Quorum: Keep calm, there are some good opportunities just around the corner
Chris Andrew, Clarmond: More exercise - leave office on time!
David Lumley, Arena Wealth: If someone offers me 8% for the year on 1st January, to take itDavid Austin, Cazenove: Don't panic
Alan Beaney, RC Brown: If there is one profit warning, another one surely follows so sellRob Morse, The Private Office: Stay calm

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