Investors not catching on fast enough to outcome strategies - Russell

‘Stuck in inertia’

Victoria McKeever
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David Vickers: "The phrase I hate when I read it both from in the press and organisations that put it out, is when they we're watching to see how things develop."
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David Vickers: "The phrase I hate when I read it both from in the press and organisations that put it out, is when they we're watching to see how things develop."

Investors are "not moving fast enough" in their awareness of outcome-orientated investment strategies, Russell Investments chief investment officer Gerard Fitzpatrick has said.

Speaking at the firm's mid-year outlook event, Fitzpatrick acknowledged that while there was a growing popularity of outcome-orientated investment strategies, such as income and downside protection funds,...

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