A year of rich rewards
Despite being rattled by Brexit, 2016 was still a year rich with opportunities, attractive returns and recovery
This year will be remembered as a year of stock market volatility, especially in the aftermath of the Brexit referendum. But it was also a year rich in opportunity and reward for investors hunting for value, also offered up in the wake of Brexit.
It was in some sense a year of two halves, with the earlier part of the year favouring defensive stocks such as food, tobacco and household goods. However, as medium and...
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