Here’s why investing should make you uncomfortable

Andrew Clifford,  chief executive officer,  Platinum Asset Management

As confusing as it may sound to clients, sometimes the best investment decisions should make you feel uncomfortable. In order to find opportunities in increasingly complex global markets, you sometimes have to turn away from areas other investors love, and go for those that aren’t getting nearly as much attention.


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