SVM's Veitch sees approach of market inflection

Langston, Rob
September 2012
Fundweb;9/3/2012, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports that according to Neil Veitch of SVM Asset Management Ltd., markets may witness inflection when investors will focus on re-rating of cyclical stocks. He states that investors are likely to pay attention to valuations which will boost stocks that have been left behind. He mentions that the company see opportunities in selected technology companies of the U.S.


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