A strong case for US equities

December 2012
Finweek;12/6/2012, Special section p5
The article offers the insights of management director (MD) Cory Martin of the institutional asset manager Barrow, Hanley, Mewhinney and Strauss (BHMS) on U.S. equities. It states that Martin acknowledges the difficulty on differentiating the leading regions, sectors and stocks due to greater global economic growth's correlation and equity returns' synchronization. It also discusses the preference of Martin for his firm on large capitalization.


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