Ben Inker Is Looking For "Bad and Ugly" Investments Outside U.S.Mark Melin
Ben Inker likes to invest in beaten down regions, which is why he is shifting out of the expensive U.S.
Profits in U.S. stocks have compounded at 11 percent over the last four years, while GDP growth has not kept pace at just 2.2 percent over the same period, Ben Inker, head of GMO’s Asset Allocation team noted in the fund’s quarterly letter.
GDP growth and stocks are not exactly pegged to one another
He said investing in a country because you . . .
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