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ISA Funds

Now I am 87, should I be more cautious?

By Moira O'Neill , 02 July 2015

This investor wants to know whether he should be focusing more on wealth preservation in later life. Our experts say that age alone should not affect portfolio composition.

Now I am 87, should I be more cautious?

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