AGF Asset Allocation Committee – Q1 Outlook
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AGF Asset Allocation Committee – Q1 Outlook

Author: Kevin McCreadie

January 30, 2018

Global markets have been supported by strengthening economic data late in the cycle. While any number of indicators are suggestive of continued growth in the near-term, we maintain a disciplined approach to investing, in capturing market gains while also monitoring for signs of corrective action.

Kevin McCreadie, President and Chief Investment Officer, discusses these issues and more in AGF’s market and economic outlook.

About AGF Management Limited

Founded in 1957, AGF Management Limited (AGF) is an independent and globally diverse asset management firm. AGF brings a disciplined approach to delivering excellence in investment management through its fundamental, quantitative, alternative and high-net-worth businesses focused on providing an exceptional client experience. AGF’s suite of investment solutions extends globally to a wide range of clients, from financial advisors and individual investors to institutional investors including pension plans, corporate plans, sovereign wealth funds and endowments and foundations.

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