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.

The contents are provided for informational and educational purposes, and are not intended to provide specific individual advice including, without limitation, investment, financial, legal, accounting or tax. Please consult with your own professional advisor on your particular circumstances.

Written by

Kevin McCreadie, CFA, MBA

President and Chief Investment Officer

AGF Investments Inc.

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