Juliet Schooling Latter: US equity growth is no longer scarce

Deep Dive into US equities

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Juliet Schooling Latter of FundCalibre
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Juliet Schooling Latter of FundCalibre

The US stock market is an interesting place at the moment. With the S&P500 having returned 346.7% over the past decade, led in the main by the giant tech stocks, there are concerns we are at a turning point.

With valuations of these companies high, inflation looking stickier than first assumed, and reopening momentum in full swing, there are question marks over whether these companies can continue to deliver....

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