As talk of volatility returns to the market, investors need to make sure that they are truly diversified, says Ian Heslop, Head of Global Equities at Old Mutual Global Investors and Manager of the Old Mutual Arbea Fund.
Volatility is said to be back, but that’s maybe too premature.
The wild price swings that investors endured in February were just the market reacting to US bond yields hitting 3%, rather than something more structural. Investment sentiment hasn’t changed and until that happens and asset prices are affected, volatility, in my view will likely remain subdued for the foreseeable future.
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