Volatility is back

Author: Maksim Piskunov

February 12, 2018

The equity market’s highly touted correction-free period has ended violently, striking fear of another drawdown and sparking a surge of panic selling. In our view, markets are no longer expensive, and with support from strong global economic data, could potentially recover to new highs. Maks Piskunov explains why the growing divergence between bond yields and stock prices may not be as troubling as some perceive.

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Written by

Maksim Piskunov, MBA, CFA

Associate Portfolio Manager

AGF Investments Inc.

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