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As January Goes

/ January 7, 2022

We are only six days into the year, but most investors must hope that the adage “as January goes, so goes the year” does not hold true for 2022.

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Saigon, Mosul Or Suez?

/ August 27, 2021

Situated at the gateway between Asia and Europe, Afghanistan has a long and unfortunate history of domination and strife by foreign conquerors and internally warring factions.

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Behind China’s Corporate Clampdown

/ July 30, 2021

Increased regulatory pressures from the Chinese government have created wild swings in Chinese equities of-late. Technology and education stocks have been hit hardest, as investors have weighed a series of announcements from Beijing aimed at increasing oversight in a wide range of sectors.

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Is It Gold’s Turn to Shine?

/ June 4, 2021

For several years, Evergreen’s weekly publication of Likes/Dislikes has maintained gold and gold-mining stocks in our “Likes” category. However, despite our long-term conviction, at times we have conceded that the asset class looked overextended and, thus, advised some profit taking and rebalancing.

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