Investment: With a steady hand through turbulent times

Interest rates remain at their lowest levels and fears of global crises are repeatedly causing share prices to fall. How can investors control their assets through choppy waters?

TEXT - Thomas Hammer ILLUSTRATIONS - Ido Hirshberg Information graphic: The Deutsches Institut für Altersvorsorge (German Institute for Retirement Provision) has investigated the probability in the past that an equity investor would make a profit with a long-term Dax savings plan. Result: If money is regularly invested in the stock market for more than 15 years, the risk of loss tends towards zero, irrespective of the time of entry in historical terms. Source: www.dia-vorsorge.de Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator