Sean Ashton - Penny has dropped for SAs on global shares, now re-assess other investment myths

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OMBA’s Sean Ashton dives into contentious waters here by addressing the naivety that produced “ten lost years” for South African investors overly influenced by home bias. He argues that’s not the only myth needing re-assessment, suggesting that a new investment regime may well have taken hold over the past decade and a half. The highly respected asset manager spoke to Alec Hogg of BizNews.
26 Feb 9AM English South Africa Investing · Business News

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