The annual study of long run global investment returns by three London Business School academics (Dimson Marsh and Staunton) has the great advantage of puncturing popularly held but fallacious arguments much favoured by those hawking their financial service wares – be they brokers, fund managers, investment bankers or financial advisers.
If you are not a fan of forecasting, and have no reason to be sure what is going to happen over the next 12 months,
“Regrets – I have had a few, but then again too few to mention…..” Happy the fund manager, policymaker, or retail investor who could, hand
It has taken me time to get round to reading the Office of the Inspector General’s report on his investigation into why, despite numerous warnings,
This is the original version of my latest FT column, and is I suppose the nearest I have been to a unqualified market call for
This is the Court of Appeal judgment I referred to in my Financial Times column today. As a restatement of law nothing could be clearer,