Danish investors continue to buy more foreign securities

Jonathan Boyd
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Data from Finance Denmark suggests that Danish retail investors are continuing to shift away from a domestic bias in their equity and fixed income holdings, with a trend begun in the past five years to increase foreign exposure looking like it will continue. Globally, the 'home bias' is seen as a long term challenge. But, argues Finance Denmark, most retail investors can achieve a better balance between return and risk if a larger share of their wealth is placed in foreign securities. Its data suggests that in the 2014-18 period, local retail investors have been net buyers of investme...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.