Investors NEED Asia Consumer Spending Exposure…Here’s how

 In Dynamic Brands

Here’s a link to this week’s article regarding the U.S. and International brands serving consumption across Asia and China. These brands are getting it done across the world and their stocks have historically been great investments, I see no signs of that changing anytime soon.

Bottom Line:

We live in the U.S. and most of our assets are invested in U.S. stocks and U.S. bonds and that “home bias” has been a very good thing for our portfolios for the last decade as U.S. stocks have outperformed Emerging Markets and other Developed Market economies. These things run in cycles and the current cycle of U.S. outperformance is very long in the toothe. When international starts to outperform domestic, Emerging Markets tend to be a wonderful place to be.

It’s super important you make sure you have some exposure to the brands serving Asia given there’s 4 billion people spending in unique ways and they have their favorite brands.

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Eric Clark, Portfolio Manager
Eric serves as a Portfolio Manager and a member of the Investment Committee at Accuvest Global Advisors. His focus is on Accuvest’s suite of Dynamic Brands equity strategies. As a member of the Investment Committee, his responsibilities include research, investment analysis, technical analysis, macroeconomic commentary, and portfolio strategy & implementation. Eric also leads the sales, marketing & distribution efforts of the Dynamic Brands business line. Eric has 25 years investment experience. Eric is a frequent writer about the power of the consumer spending theme and global consumption trends. He is a brand consultant and leads the Alpha Brands Consumer Spending Index committee. He holds the Series 7 and 66 licenses.
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