We believe this was the catalyst for the outperformance of value strategies over quality growth, with the share prices of banks, materials companies and energy stocks leading the market since the second half of last year. This has been particularly evident in Europe.
WatchRob Burnett, manager of the top performing Neptune European Opportunities Fund, discuss the outlook for value investing and where he is finding the most attractive companies and valuation anomalies.
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