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The Richard Hunter Interview

Zehrid Osmani joins Richard Hunter of Interactive Investor.

Zehrid Osmani joins Richard Hunter of Interactive Investor as his guest this week and covers generating returns without exposure to traditional FAANG* stocks, plus the growth of the metaverse and the potential opportunities it holds for investors.

Richard Hunter

“…the trust focuses on sustainable quality growth companies which we target in terms of valuation attraction on a 5 to 10 year time horizon…”

The Richard Hunter Interview

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* 'FAANG' is an acronym that refers to five technology companies: Meta (formerly known as Facebook), Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Alphabet (formerly known as Google).


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