Robin Geffen responds to market volatility

By Robin Geffen, Fund Manager & CEO 

This is a testing time for investors. Over the past year the market has been driven forward by strong fundamental trends underpinned by changes in the real world, but over the past month a more animalistic sentiment has sent shares plunging. As we consider the remainder of the year, we must ask ourselves whether these fundamental forces will reassert themselves and allow stock prices to make progress.

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