In the penultimate part of our summer series, Appetite for Destruction, Psigma CIO Tom Becket details how investors should position…Read More
In the concluding part of our extended summer series “Appetite for Destruction”, Tom Becket, Psigma’s CIO, sums up the past, present and future monetary actions of central banks and suggests that in desperate times it is now a case of “anything goes”. It is also a case of “anything goes” in asset markets and he advises investors to pursue a diversified path and to expect the unexpected in a world where the abnormal has now become normal.
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Track 7: “Anything Goes”
“My way, your way, anything goes”
Guns N’Roses 1987
Chief Investment Officer
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