Me & My Money: Building his investment portfolio to guard against rising inflation

Mr Adam Reynolds, the Asia-Pacific chief executive of Saxo Markets, wants to ensure his portfolio is resistant to future price shocks. PHOTO: SAXO MARKETS
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SINGAPORE - The spectre of rising inflation looming large over the world economy is a powerful signal for Mr Adam Reynolds to tread carefully and ensure his portfolio is resistant to future price shocks.

Mr Reynolds, the Asia-Pacific chief executive of trading and investment firm Saxo Markets, notes that the excessive debt that global economies have racked up can be resolved only by inflation, so his generation needs to be prepared for that eventuality.

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