A growth manager's view of global markets

May 17, 2013

A conversation with James Anderson of Baillie Gifford

In a recent video interview, James Anderson of Baillie Gifford Overseas Ltd., which manages nearly half of the assets in Vanguard International Growth Fund, discusses his views on global markets and how he's positioning his portfolio in the current environment.


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