In today’s Asset Allocation video, Bell Asset Management Chief Investment Officer Ned Bell unpacks what we can expect from global markets and the economy going forward, why the traditional ‘growth to value’ switch may not be successful in these unique times and where the best opportunities will be in the global small and mid cap space.
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