Fund manager sees ‘once in a generation’ opportunity

October 21, 2008

rtx9qop.jpgStock markets have fallen so far that they now offer brave, long-term investors a ‘once in a generation’ opportunity, according to LV Asset Management’s Tom Caddick.

While there is little sign of the bad news letting up, stock markets tend to look forward, rather than backwards, and will anticipate a recovery before it happens.

He’s backing up his brave talk by investing his own money in his funds.

However, he warns that while it could feel great in the long-term, don’t expect markets to rise immediately.

You can watch a video of Tom’s views here:
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