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March 1, 2006

The UK’s wealthiest 1% of individuals are knuckled down with a cautious investment strategy keen to preserve what they have. But look out for the ‘affluentials’, says John Clemens, they’re the ones aggressively building their capital and locating growth markets

John Clemens is managing partner of Tulip Financial Research. www.tulipresearch.com

The UK's wealthiest 1% of individuals are knuckled down with a cautious investment strategy keen to preserve what they have. But look out for the 'affluentials', says John Clemens, they're the ones aggressively building their capital and locating growth markets

March 1, 2005

Most HNWIs like to take responsibility for their own investment decisions and are extremely active in managing their investments. It’s not wrong, or misguided, if it produces the right results, argues John Clemens

John Clemens is managing partner, Tulip Financial Research Ltd. john.clemens@tulipresearch.com; www.tulipresearch.com

Most HNWIs like to take responsibility for their own investment decisions and are extremely active in managing their investments. It's not wrong, or misguided, if it produces the right results, argues John Clemens

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