Optimism During a Trade War

2019 Midyear Insights

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By Trevor Gurwich - July 8, 2019

U.S.-China trade relations have undoubtedly ratcheted up market uncertainty. But June was a very strong month, and we’ve seen that there are still attractive investment opportunities around the globe.

Which kinds of companies could benefit from the trade war, or from the end of trade tensions? Or, could certain businesses thrive either way? My team looks for these win-win situations. We design our portfolios to be robust whether there’s resolution to the trade war or whether it lingers on.

In my latest video, I share our process for navigating this current trade environment and other reasons for optimism. Click on the link below for the full discussion.

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    Optimism During a Trade War

    Trade tensions may be ongoing, but Portfolio Manager Trevor Gurwich is optimistic about opportunities in the global market for small caps.

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