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The biggest investing lessons of 2022

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Becky and Kyle pick through the debris of an extraordinary year, where so-called safe bond funds fell sharply, technology shares fell out of favour, and investor outflows hit £25 billion. What lessons can investors take into 2023 with them?

This is the final episode of 2022. Have a merry Christmas, if you're celebrating, and a happy new year. Thank you for supporting us and see you in January.

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Becky O'Connor is an independent pensions and savings expert. Kyle Caldwell is Collectives Editor at interactive investor.

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