Use of language in investment writing

There are two criteria good investment writing will fulfil: Accessibility Engage the client with content they’ll understand in a style that’s accessible; think about their attention “budget” Client-centric Relate it to their financial wellbeing; it’s their money, and they care about it deeply (and emotionally) There are three simple rules to achieve these criteria, which…

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