Is there sufficient appetite for a re-rating of US equities in 2016?

Is there sufficient appetite for a re-rating of US equities in 2016?

Americans are an optimistic bunch by nature. However, talk of secular stagnation, declining opportunities and faltering growth have become the topics de jour.

Perhaps it is a reflection of the political climate in an election year but these concerns have become imbedded not only within political punditry but also in the minds of investors. The US equity market...

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