Today, we are finding income with a margin of safety in certain industries where we believe the threat of disruption is overblown. This is not to suggest that these industries (which include advertising, automobiles and retail) will not face disruption, but rather that the magnitude - or the timing - of the threat may be overstated.
In baseball terms, we believe the upward cycle of emerging markets (EM) is in roughly the third inning of a nine-inning game. In other words, we still see plenty of upside ahead and think it remains a good time to buy.
The country is in a period of substantially tighter monetary policy, which may have mixed implications for emerging markets, explains James Syme, manager of the JOHCM Emerging Markets Opportunities Fund.