2/18/2024 11:00:00 PM
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Market Update February 2024

In this market update we cover what has been driving recent strong performance, the feeling on the ground in the UK and Europe, and the strong momentum of smaller companies.

Welcome to the mid-month Market Update for February, our first for 2024.

2023 was a great year for growth assets, and for our funds, this was no exception.

In our latest video, Sam and I are joined by Guy Thornewill, our Head of Global Research based in London.

We cover:

  • Strong performance across our funds in the recent quarter, with markets experiencing notable strength. What has been driving this?
  • The feeling on the ground in the UK and Europe and Guy's outlook.
  • How in recent months, we have seen some strong momentum with smaller companies and whether this will continue. We also touch on the upsides of mega-cap tech stocks vs smaller companies going forward.

Kind regards,

Mike Taylor
Founder + Chief Investment Officer

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