Well-known fund manager Neil Woodford, who largely gained his success and popularity following positive performance after the dotcom bubble, has said the economy is yet again in a bubble, which he has again positioned his portfolio to benefit from when it "inevitably bursts".
The manager of the £8.2bn Woodford Equity Income fund has once more been focusing on unloved and undervalued stocks as he believes these will benefit when the bubble bursts as it did in the early 2000s....
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