'Ignoring this is a mistake': Warning as growth vs value cycle set to 're-establish itself'

Growth managers have become more entrenched in their investment bias over the past year

Mike Sheen
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John Husselbee of Liontrust
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John Husselbee of Liontrust

Fund selectors are warning investors against becoming too entrenched in growth stock positions, at the risk of missing out on the outperformance of value stocks, which are set to benefit from a sharp rotation.

Morningstar data shows the top ten-selling funds in the IA Global sector have a growth bias while the top ten in terms of outflows have a value tilt. Janus Henderson's Bennett: We are 'reaching a crescendo'...

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