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Top-Down! Is this the way to better investment returns?

Many investors, many theories – every year some of them are reviewed in The Stock Market Almanac which Stephen Eckett publishes. Will the wheel stop at zero every time? Probably not. And in a similar manner not every investment will be a winner. Envy the secretary whose boss, as a joke, gave her a £10 […]

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The Delusion of Objectivity We see what we want to see!

Tim Harford is the ‘undercover economist’ who writes a column in the FT Weekend Magazine most weeks. He recently wrote about the “Delusions of objectivity” and the sort of situation whereby an analyst highlights the positive nature for an investment trust of a price at a discount to Net Asset Value (NAV) whilst over-looking the […]

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