Why We Can Expect High Volatility In The Years Ahead

2020 was a bumpy ride, have we put volatility behind us? We think not.

The global economy was being supported by enormous central bank intervention even before the pandemic. World debt levels are at unprecedented levels and the global geopolitical scene continues to deteriorate. The path of economic recovery remains uncertain. There is no shortage of potential catalysts to…

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PUBLISHER OF THE GLOBAL INVESTMENT LETTER. AWARD-WINNING MONEY MANAGER. SPEAKER ON GEOPOLITICS AND MARKETS. www.globalinvestmentletter.com

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Jonathan Baird CFA

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PUBLISHER OF THE GLOBAL INVESTMENT LETTER. AWARD-WINNING MONEY MANAGER. SPEAKER ON GEOPOLITICS AND MARKETS. www.globalinvestmentletter.com

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