In spite of historically unfavourable valuations and other re-emerging risks, many investors appear confident of sizable future gains. Here Marcus Brookes and Robin McDonald offer four reasons to be more cautious
1) Central banks are behind the curve At 3.76%, the US unemployment rate has just reached its lowest level since 1969, and is now marginally below the Federal Reserve's year-end forecast. It has also...
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