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Limit your forecast period to between three and five years and don’t obsess about buying the highest returning stock, says Richard Ivers, portfolio manager of the Prime Value Emerging Opportunities Fund.
“We’re not necessarily looking to buy the business with the highest potential return, but for the business that has a good return with very low risk.”
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12 October 2021
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