SINGAPORE (Feb 19): When we put together our 10-stock portfolio in 2017, US President Donald Trump had just taken office and begun to rant about globalisation and unfair trade policies. Geopolitical risks appeared high and interest rates looked set to rise. We did not think it was a time to be particularly aggressive with our stock picks, so we selected names that would thrive through volatility.

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