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Citywire top 100 fund selector Justin Oliver: where I'm finding value

Justin Oliver, investment director at Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management and one of Citywire's 100 top fund selectors, explains why certain market 'imponderables' are pushing him towards caution in his portfolios.

But despite that, Oliver is still finding value in certain areas - and shares the managers he is backing to capitalise on those opportunities.

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