Hong Kong investors are less risk-averse and more value-oriented than their Asian and global counterparts, according to a recent Schroders Investment Management study. According to Schroders, the average Hong Kong investor allocates 69% of their portfolios to high- and medium-risk investments — significantly more than their Asian (57%) and global (56%) peers. Additionally, the city’s investors tend to rely more…
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