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March 2021 / VIDEO

AusBiz Interview: Maximising returns in global markets

Value is back in vogue … at least that’s what the headlines are saying. But investors may be surprised to know that, up until Value’s resurgence since 15 Feb 21, the rotation from growth to value stocks that shook the market in November last year was primarily a two-day affair. In the intervening time, growth still managed to outperform value.

So how should an investor approach the widespread move into cyclical stocks?

Sam Ruiz, Portfolio Specialist at T. Rowe Price, says it’s all about finding a balance. Capitalizing on the move to cyclical-based companies, but also focusing on the sustainable growth companies with attractive trajectories is the key to minimizing risk and maximizing returns.

In this video, Ruiz speaks to the T. Rowe Price Global Equity strategy investing philosophy, outlining why they’re avoiding taking binary views on sectors. He also discusses parts of the market that they have increased exposure to, including property and financials, and detailing one key position in the portfolio.


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