How should investors take advantage of the current environment, even as the global economy slowly recovers from the battering of the Covid-19 pandemic? Amid a tumultuous year, 2020 has seen global economies shrink as financial markets plunged. It has also witnessed one of the most contentious US presidential elections in modern history — all happening amid a health crisis not seen since the 1918 Spanish flu outbreak.

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