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CEO Jan van Eck has one message for investors in 2020: Don’t worry; be happy.
In an interview with Worth Magazine, Jan shares the rationale behind his investment philosophy for the year, offering his views on China’s economy and drip stimulus, the Middle East and the impact of the presidential elections. He also discusses the debate between growth and value investing and the growing consciousness around environmentally friendly investments, such as green bonds.
Read the full interview: Jan van Eck Thinks Investors Should “Just Be Happy.”
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