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Would you invest in a fund managed by someone who is nearing retirement age?
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Carmignac Gestion's Xavier Hovasse explains why he is finding the best opportunities for his Emerging Discovery fund in frontier markets at the moment.
12 Jun, 2013 at 15:30
Contrary to popular belief, frontier markets are not only less correlated to developed markets than their emerging counterparts, but are also less volatile than both.
10 Jun, 2013 at 13:00
The manager of the Carmignac Emergents fund says it is obvious that China cannot deliver anywhere near the sort of growth it has managed over the past decade.
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