Justin Oneukwusi: Building resilience into portfolios

PA360 2019 revisited

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The question now facing investors is not whether the bull market is in its final phase, LGIM's Justin Onuekwusi tells Cherry Reynard, but how long this phase will last - and how best to deal with it

From the depths of the financial crisis in 2008, the upswing in the global economy and financial markets has endured for more than a decade. Now though, argues Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) head of retail multi-asset funds Justin Onuekwusi, there are increasingly pressing signs this cycle is coming to an end. For him, then, the question now facing investors is not so much whether the bull market is in its final phase as how long this phase will last - and how best to deal with it. "We firmly believe that, from the beginning of 2018, the US has moved into a later-cycle phas...

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