No to knee-jerk reaction to weaker ringgit


It is better to have a clear portfolio diversification strategy instead of having a knee-jerk reaction to the weaker ringgit.

THERE is so much talk these days about diversifying your ringgit and finding ways to protect it from further depreciation. It makes perfect sense because ringgit depreciation translates to a lower purchasing power and less funding for your business, children’s education or even travels overseas.

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