Recent hikes in oil prices and far-too-turbulent markets may have caused unwanted stress for investors, but Steven Lehman thinks he might be able to provide a glimpse of hope to pessimists by ditching the traditional pattern of investing domestically, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Lehman manages the $1.8 billion conservative-allocation Federated Market Opportunity mutual fund, which is structured to thrive during down markets.

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