What sector looks most promising for 2024?

Staci West 17/01/2024 in UK

Paul Marriage, manager of the TM Tellworth UK Smaller Companies fund, explains why the whole market looks attractive heading into 2024.

Watch the full interview with Paul here

We don’t invest by sector, actually. So we would say, … I would go back more to this whole piece of the whole market being valued on sub 10 times earnings for the bottom 10% of the market, and offering 10% plus growth. Even if that growth number is too high, valuations in the sector are low in the sector, ie. all small companies, so I don’t really do investing by sectors. So, for me it’s the whole piece that looks attractive.

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