‘Wrestling with bears’ – Special briefing from Saunderson House

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31 July 2014


The run up in shares over the past five years has been described as ‘the most unpopular bull market in 50 years’. There certainly seems a great deal of scepticism about the justification for rising share prices at present.

The following bulletin ‘wrestles with the bears’ by exploring their concerns about the global economy, testing the reasoning of those who believe share prices are over-valued and revisiting the justification for our continued optimism.

Download the full briefing here.



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