“Bond yields are an artificial construct of the intervention [by central banks in] debt markets. That won’t last forever.” Johnston recommended that portfolios have some inflation-hedging “hard assets: such as gold, oil or other commodities, but said investors should be wary of advice to weight their portfolios towards either bonds or equities. “I would argue that equities may look favourable in relation to bonds, they’re both dogs.”

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