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How to invest in 2022 – year of rising interest rates and inflation

13 January 2022 1:37 PM
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Africa Melane
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Michael Mare
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Africa Melane interviews wealth manager Michael Mare of Netto Investments.

Most people when looking back at 2021, would be satisfied with the performance of their portfolios.

Nobody can say for sure which investments will bring home the bacon this year, but you can maximise your chances by ensuring you invest appropriately, considering your goals.

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This year, the world will almost certainly see higher interest rates and inflation – and more volatility on stock markets.

Africa Melane interviewed wealth manager Michael Mare of Netto Investments about some of the key investment plans you should have in the new year (scroll up to listen).

We don’t try and predict what will give you the best return over the next year. We want to ensure that what you’re investing in is appropriate, considering your objectives… An event like Covid can hit… We ensure that when you diversify, you include the correct asset classes…

Michael Mare, wealth manager - Netto Investments

When most people look back at their portfolios [2021], they should see quite a good return…

Michael Mare, wealth manager - Netto Investments

Rate hikes are on the table, globally. There’s also increased inflation… Equities might be quite volatile over the next year… In a balanced portfolio… you shouldn’t really worry too much…

Michael Mare, wealth manager - Netto Investments



13 January 2022 1:37 PM
Tags:
Personal finance
investing
investments
Africa Melane
Early breakfast
Michael Mare
Netto Investments

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