"We remain convinced that this time is not different. In the long term, the importance of the value investment style will emerge again."
Global markets have sold off heavily due to the COVID-19 crisis, with value stocks falling out of favour. Could investors' panicked rotation to quality stocks soon see a flight back to value as markets - and economies - begin to recover?
Tune in to our podcast with David Walsh, Head of Investments at Realindex to find out
- How the Realindex investment team have rebalanced their range of global equities portfolios.
- Regional and sector specific opportunities in the medium and long term.
- How valuations are tracking between the cheapest and most expensive names on the market, and whether we could see well known valuation metrics revert to their long term averages.
Listen to the podcast below:
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