What to do when you’re waiting for a correction
Currently the North Korean political situation is a concern for many investors.
However, investors sitting on the sidelines while the situation continues to play out could be waiting for a while.
Given investors' concerns, we asked AMP Capital Investment Director, John Julian, for his view on this situation and its implications. In the below short video, John explains his predictions for the situation and sheds light on an alternate safe-haven in the current volatile market conditions.
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