INVESTING IN TIMES OF UNCERTAINTY
AROUND THE TABLE | MARCH 2017
For the first time in years, central banks are no longer dominating investor decisions.
The world has changed. In response to the global financial crisis, central banks sought to do 'whatever it takes' to revive the global economy. This has seen monetary policy take centre stage and dominate investor thinking. Now, for the first time in years, central banks are no longer dominating investor decisions.
At the latest Crestone Investment Forum, we asked panellists how they were positioned for these changes, and whether this uncertainty will ultimately lead to market volatility. In addition, we sought answers on whether the reflation theme is important for markets, what it means for asset valuations and how they anticipate taking advantage of such a major environmental change.