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Wealthy investors more likely to turn to financial pages than IFAs

Wealthy investors are more likely to turn to the money pages of national newspapers than to IFAs for financial advice, according to a survey from Tulip Financial Research.

IFAs are seen as being the most important and influential source according to 23 per cent of the respondents.

But the survey found 42 per cent of millionaires use the financial sections of newspapers as the source of their investment advice, with IFAs coming second at 38 per cent.

Tulip also reports the favourite fund managers of the wealthy are Jupiter, Perpetual and Invesco GT.

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