Will Growth Stocks Continue to Surge in 2018?

By Michael Li - January 3, 2018

Within the context of the past several years, uncertainty at a macro level is, in my opinion, nowhere near the level of what we saw in 2016. There are certainly still unknowns—new Federal Reserve leadership, the implications of recent tax reform, Europe’s economic recovery and of course the interest rate environment—but the peak of uncertainty is likely behind us.

As we keep all of that in my peripheral vision, I’m focused on opportunity. And the two areas that stand out to me this quarter are healthcare and IT. In the video below, I dive into how innovation and disruption in these two industries are resulting in opportunity in the form of risk-rewards.

Michael Li
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