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Invesco Perpetual advises drip feeding investments

Investors looking at getting back into the stockmarket yet keen to reduce their exposure to risk should consider drip feeding through a regular savings plan advises Invesco Perpetual.

To reinforce the message, the fund house has produced a pocket guide to Isas and is making it widely available to IFAs and investors.

Invesco UK head of distribution Mike Webb says: “Drip feeding can limit exposure to risk and in this way investors do not have to worry about negative market fluctuations days after investing a lump sum.”

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