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Ukraine - Russia Crisis

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On 24th February 2022 the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, ordered a military invasion against Ukraine. A war that many considered unthinkable had begun. Russia's invasion of Ukraine has sent shockwaves through pretty much every asset class across the globe. But if you are a long-term investor the best course of action for most individual investors is to keep calm and carry on. 

Selling into a falling market is the opposite of what successful investors do. Equally important is the fact that no one knows what Russia's invasion of Ukraine ultimately means for everything from energy prices to monetary policy. And then there's the case that, historically speaking, stocks tend to recover quickly after being derailed by international turmoil. 

This report shows why investors should take a long-term perspective and not panic. 

Download the full report below

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