• An investment director at a $150 billion firm warns that US companies are engaging in a risky, unsustainable practice - and explains why traders should be looking overseas

    19 days ago - By Business Insider

    US stocks have put the rest of the world to shame over the past several years, with the S&P 500 vastly outpacing its counterparts in Europe and Japan.
    Ben Williams, investment director at GAM Investments and co-manager of the firm's Pacific Funds, warns that US companies are engaging in a risky practice that could spell the end of their dominant run.
    Williams breaks down where he thinks investors should be looking outside the US.
    US stocks have put their global peers to shame for the past several years. And it hasn't been particularly close.
    The benchmark S&P 500 has climbed 35% since the...
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