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Drip feeding vs lump sum

While investment gurus like Neil Woodford and Anthony Bolton say the bear market has bottomed out, the jury is still out on whether the UK is experiencing a false dawn or if we are indeed at the start of a new bull market. However, with equity markets looking perkier, directors buying their own shares and volatility easing, there are strong arguments favouring both drip-feeding your money back into the markets - or taking the plunge and going fully invested now.

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By Maike Currie,
02 June 2009

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