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Aubrey's Dalrymple: we expect to make significant money in Japan

Andrew Dalrymple, a Citywire + rated manager, shares his views on the impact of quantitative easing in the US, Japan and emerging markets.

The + rated manager of the S&W Aubrey Global Convictions fund, explains why everybody 'loves knocking emerging markets' and why the only trend is upwards.

And despite January's pull back, Dalrymple outlines why he believes there is 'significant' money to be made in Japan.

Over the past three years, S&W Aubrey Global Convictions has returned 28.88%, compared with an average of 28.91% for the FTSE World benchmark.

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