Brian Singer Quoted in New York Times - 7/12/15
Brian Singer, co-portfolio manager of the William Blair Macro Allocation Fund, spoke with the New York Times recently and shared his thoughts on the U.S. and global markets, including:
- Without depressed Fed interest rates, fair values for stocks currently would be nearly 15% lower
- Uncertainty is growing, and Singer says the investment team has less risk in portfolios now than any other time in the last four years
- Singer prefers stocks in Europe and emerging markets and is avoiding bonds
To read the full New York Times article, “Slow-Motion Events in Greece and Washington Sway Markets,” please click here.
The opinions and forecasts expressed in the article referenced are those of Brian Singer as of July 12, 2015, and may not actually come to pass. This information is subject to change at any time based on market and other
conditions and should not be construed as a recommendation of any specific security. Not all securities held in the portfolio performed as favorably as those discussed, and there is no guarantee that these securities will continue
to perform favorably in the future. There is no guarantee that the Fund will continue to hold any one particular security or stay invested in any one particular sector. Holdings are subject to change at any time. Investments are
subject to market risk. Investing in smaller companies involves special risks, including higher volatility and lower liquidity.