Festive Best Wishes from Wealthflow

I want to begin, first of all, by saying I hope everybody has a fantastic festive break with family and friends.

Every year about this time, I think we all reflect; and in spite of short-term stockmarket frustration, all of us have an awful lot to be thankful for. And from all of us here at Wealthflow, I wanted to make sure that we’re wishing you the best of the festive season, and we’re looking forward to next year.

Now, speaking of next year and the current markets, there is something I want to share with you because, obviously, I experience it myself. Throughout the year we talk about the fact that at some stage you are going to be tested, and at times frustrated. When we talk about living with volatility, it’s one thing to talk about it, to try to conceptualise it; but when we actually experience it as we have over these past few months, we realise we’ve been put to the test.

At Wealthflow, we remain focused on the long-term and so with conviction we will keep you in the market… ”sticking with the programme.”

Wishing you all that you wish for yourself.

Duncan R Glassey, Founder, for and on behalf of Wealthflow LLP

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Duncan R Glassey
Senior Partner – Wealthflow LLP

duncan.glassey@wealthflow.com

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