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Could you profit from going against the herd?

Could you profit from going against the herd

Our research team pull evidence from history, stock ratios, inverted yield curves and other industry experts to explain why now is the time to give unloved stocks a second look.

This guide, which is not personal advice, will help you answer the question: where should investors look for profit?

Including:

  • A growth fund with a high-conviction portfolio
  • Fund Manager comments: two top investors reveal their views on value shares
  • The short and long-term economic outlook
  • How ratings risk has increased – and what it means for shareholders

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    We have written this guide to give you useful information about investing but it's not personal advice. If you’re not sure an investment is right for you, take advice. Investments can go down as well as up in value, so you could get back less than you put in. Past performance (including yields) is not a guide to future returns.

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    Why unloved and unfashionable stocks could be set for a revival

    Our research team pull evidence from history, stock ratios, inverted yield curves and other industry experts to explain why now is the time to give unloved stocks a second look.

    This guide will help you answer the question: where should investors look for profit?

    Including:

    • A growth fund with a high-conviction portfolio
    • Fund Manager comments: two top investors reveal their views on value shares
    • The short and long-term economic outlook
    • How ratings risk has increased – and what it means for shareholders

    Plus – how the bond world has turned on its head so some investors are actually paying to lend money.

    We have written this guide to give you useful information about investing but it's not personal advice. If you’re not sure an investment is right for you, take advice. Investments can go down as well as up in value, so you could get back less than you put in. Past performance (including yields) is not a guide to future returns.

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