I am convinced there will be a major stock market correction soon, is it silly to tinker with my pension investments by trying to read the market?



My pension pot is currently apportioned 35 per cent emerging market equity, 45 per cent global equity (including UK), 10 per cent UK gilts, 10 per cent property. 
I am 20 years from retirement and not averse to risk.
I am convinced there is going to be a major stock market correction in the next 12 months, at least in the UK, Europe and USA.
First, is it silly to tinker with how my pension is invested on the basis of trying to read the market?
Second, if I was certain in my conviction, how would I change the apportionment of my pot now in order to take advantage of the imminent equity... read more

 
4 September 2017 in Business, Views: 62
Source: Daily Mail
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