The right timing - how legal investors should set their business clock
While the eurozone sovereign bond crisis currently dominates the headlines, an understanding of how asset classes and investment styles perform over different stages in the economic cycle can help limit the damage to a portfolio wrought by market volatility. Specifically, judging when a slowdown becomes contraction and when contraction mutates into recovery will help investors choose the appropriate allocation among asset classes such as bonds, equities or commodities.
Credit Suisse’s Michael O’Sullivan describes the business clock, a market barometer that indicates how investment styles can be tailored to the economic cycle
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