Emerging markets are ‘extremely cheap’

David Lebovitz, Global Market place Strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, discusses investing methods and his economic outlook for globally markets

David Lebovitz informed Bloomberg there is uncertainty in the marketplace at the minute.

He said that when thinking about possibilities for long term investors he would select emerging markets as they are “very low cost”.

This would represent a acquiring possibility in the equity markets, with possible soon for the very same opportunity in debt markets.

Video: Bloomberg

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