Lesson type: Understanding investment philosophy

Why Investors Need to ‘Go Global’ in 2018

Since the ‘90s, Australian investors have tended to follow the American approach of heavy domestic investment. However, a revolving door of political leaders and our small population could provide a challenge to this strong home bias. While investors are beginning to look overseas for comfortable opportunities with big brands, Douglas Isles of Platinum Asset Management believes the global stage presents the best opportunities in places where investors may be less comfortable, yet where Platinum has had decades of experience itself.

This is part two of Douglas's View from the Top:

Click here for part one - Future Gazing: A Platinum Perspective

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