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Investor anxiety is on the rise as geopolitical tensions mount, the threat of recession looms, and it’s unknown how much longer seven mega-cap stocks can keep fueling the S&P 500’s double-digit gain this year.

Amid the uncertainty, four investment experts asked by Bloomberg News where they’d invest $100,000 said they’re focused on where the longer-term value lies in the US and abroad. They pointed to opportunities in emerging markets and small-cap stocks, as well as plays on uranium and silver.

The stress of investing today may be fueling a little escapism among the experts as well. When asked how they’d deploy a $100,000 windfall to further a personal passion, answers included travel to Japan, visiting untrampled fly-fishing spots in Argentina and adding amenities to improve the quality of living in one’s home — or just buying another one.For those who like to invest using exchange-traded funds, […]

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