Our view on investing is similar to life itself, where the past often impacts how we approach investment decisions in the future. For us, it’s important to use historical price behavior during similar historical time periods to formulate a game plan, but it’s also critical not to get hung up on the past either. After bear markets, most investors have a habit of chasing the stocks at the epicenter of the selloff vs. focusing on the sectors and companies exhibiting signs of leadership. This week, we will focus on the sectors and companies we believe are acting like potential leaders of the next market regime and what these symptoms could mean for the global economy and investors’ portfolios.
- We believe metals are resilient and break out from a relative and absolute basis
- We think the old economy is moving back into growth mode
- We believe that the rest of the world is attractively valued relative to U.S. assets
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