International Investing Discussion
Being overweight in the U.S. may have served investors decent returns in recent years, but that may be about to change. Cambiar President Brian Barish joins Asset TV to discuss.
Cambiar President Brian Barish recently joined Asset TV for a panel discussion focused on international investing. Brian along with the other distinguished panelists highlight the current state of international markets, address how to navigate the various risks factors, geopolitical landscape and then provide an outlook for 2019.
- Brian Barish, CFA – President, CIO at Cambiar Investors LLC
- Patricia Ribiero – SVP, Senior Portfolio Manager at American Century
- Danton Goei – Portfolio Manager, Davis International & Global Strategies at Davis Advisors
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