This year was meant to be all about ‘value’ on the share market: Rising rates were expected to hose down the demand for tech-focused growth stocks and boring old value stocks were meant to shine.
It didn’t happen.
‘Because’, says top adviser Charlie Viola,‘ the whole debate is rubbish, good companies make good investments that’s all there is to it, ‘
Sounds simple. Moreover, it sounds true. We cover: what happened to the long-promised return of value stocks? The need to take some money off the table in the months ahead, timing super contributions and should bank hybrids be classified as shares?
Charlie Viola, managing director of Pitcher Partners joins Wealth Editor James Kirby on this episode.
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