The perils of market timing

Projit Chatterjee,  Managing Director, Senior Equity Strategist

Traditionally, investors have allocated to emerging markets tactically - that is, buying in when they’re cheap and selling out when they recover. But in this video, Projit Chatterjee of UBS Asset Management reveals a different approach.

 

 

 

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