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Why Invest Globally?

Basic investment theory holds that the broader the diversification, the more stable the returns and the more diffuse the risk. 


Central Banks and governments greatly influence their regions' economic well-being through Monetary and Fiscal policy changes.  If in doubt, consider how the Federal Reserve and US government used Monetary and Fiscal Policy tools to save the US financial system during the Great Recession.  Some may argue the Fed created the problem by keeping rates too low for too long.  Either way, investors can profit by knowing how to position their portfolios in response to a region's change in policy.  That's why serious investors use GIO.

Global Investment PERSPECTIVE

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