CIO Thoughts: Which Asset Classes Are Cheap?


BAccording to forecasts for 2021 or 2022, the following asset classes offer in my view a real attractive opportunity.

  • Cyclic
  • Metals and mines
  • Emerging Markets
  • Banks
  • MLP

We believe there is a real opportunity for long-term strategic investors in these areas.

Unfortunately, most investors just want to own FANG, quality assets, digital assets, and tech stocks. It is a real shame. The way to make money is to buy when the prices are low and sell when they are higher. Most investors do the opposite! When an asset goes up in price and valuations are expensive, they want to buy (and they’ll find all kinds of excuses why this asset class will continue to rise).

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We have several of these “cheap” asset classes in our Inflation Sensitive ETF portfolio.

Better,

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