2021 – What to Expect

2021 – What to Expect

2021 – What to Expect 150 150 Piers Bolger

After a tumultuous year, what can we expect for financial markets in 2021? And what does this mean for portfolios?

On Tuesday 15 December, Viridian hosted 2021 – What to Expect, a special, live webinar event exploring how the next twelve months might look for financial markets. Presented by Chief Investment Officer Piers Bolger and Senior Portfolio Manager Dominic Mlcek, the event gave clients an opportunity to set their sights firmly on the future. Meanwhile, a Q&A component provided a chance to gain additional insights from our hosts.

Key themes for 2021 were identified at the outset, among them the ubiquitous question of a COVID-19 vaccine. Growth recovery, geopolitics, trade and policy were also explored, along with their implications for financial markets and, of course, asset allocation within portfolios. An analysis of Australian Equities across a range of sectors identified some possible opportunities and pitfalls for the new calendar year.

If you would like to consolidate on any of the topics explored, or catch up if you missed the presentation, we’ve provided a recording above. And, of course, if you have any queries about anything covered in the webinar, please don’t hesitate to get in touch or reach out directly to your advisor.

We look forward to seeing you at our next event!

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