Putting money to work – is now a good time to invest?

Rathbones’ co-chief investment officer Ed Smith explains how we try and overcome often unhelpful behavioural biases.

If you have money to invest and are nervous about putting it to work in the current environment, we understand. Committing capital is an emotional process at the best of times; after markets have fallen in value it can be downright gut-wrenching. We understand, because we’re human too.

This may give you more confidence to invest for your future. You can’t magically control the stock market, but you can control how you think about its ups and downs.