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I received lots of questions for Friday's Facebook Live Q&A and it was great to be joined by so many of you for what ended up being a full hour of questions. These included:
  • Is now a good time to invest in gold?
  • How are interest rates likely to change over the next few years?
  • How to produce an equity income portfolio?
  • How will first-time buyers who are looking to buy in the next year be impacted
You can watch the full live Q&A here. I always enjoy these live sessions and I'd like to thank you for your questions and positive feedback. I will hold another live Q&A next Friday (24th April) at 12pm. So do send in your questions and I will do my best to answer them.
Enjoy this week's newsletter.

Damien Fahy
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