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Not the time for a big position in equities
Livewire sat down with Simon Doyle, Head of Fixed Income & Multi-Asset at Schroders, and asked him how he would allocate a million dollars today. In his responses to this tough question he made it clear that it’s not a good time to be building a big position in equities. In this short video Simon told us that: “even if you were somebody who had a high natural risk tolerance, at the moment I wouldn't be encouraging you to put a lot of that money into equity markets, certainly on a 12 to 18-month to 2-year sort of time horizon.” He flagged better entry levels ahead, and touched on a few other asset classes to consider in the meantime.
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