Pension funds bet on best regions of the twenties

US equities have outperformed listed stocks from all other regions since 2010. Chief strategists from two Danish pension companies see a risk of lower returns from US equities in the twenties. Others are confident tech will win.

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From Jan. 1, 2010 to the present, the US S&P 500 index has yielded a total return of 247 percent, while the Chinese counterpart, Shanghai Composite, has only given 12 percent during the same period.

Danish business daily Børsen has asked chief strategists of four Danish pension companies which regions will be the winners of the twenties. One of the strategists, Henrik Henriksen from Velliv, says:

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