"'We are saving via a small basket of shares as a long-term investment, including a couple of managed funds and an index fund. I appreciate your advice(Mary Holme) that it’s the best way for an amateur to invest.
However, given more and more amateurs investing in the share market via KiwiSaver, Sharesies or otherwise, is there a chance of these funds becoming over-valued because of popular appeal? Particularly in New Zealand where there’s only a fairly small range of products available.
What is there to stop the well-meaning amateur from buying shares in a well-marketed fund for a high price that actually only holds minimal assets and has much less real value? Are we at risk of buying tulips?"
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