Are government bonds persona non grata in 2021?

In part two of our Valentine’s Day series, we’re finding out which areas of the markets our managers are avoiding going into 2021. Three managers agreed on the outlook for bonds [0:25] but the remaining three managers covered a range of areas to possibly re-consider for 2021: social media [1:52], electric vehicles [3:04] and technology [3:47].

Watch part one. 

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