Richard Gill reviews Fed Up! Success, Excess & Crisis Through the Eyes of a Hedge Fund Macro Trader by Colin Lancaster.
Richard Gill, CFA
Richard Gill, CFA, updates his “Dogs of AIM” portfolio, a selection of ten shares based on the popular “Dogs of the Dow” trading method.
Richard Gill reviews Richard Hargreaves’ recent book about the ins and outs of unquoted investing.
Despite the recent rises, Richard Gill, CFA, believes there still looks to be plenty of value available amongst London’s small cap companies.
Richard Gill, CFA, reviews The Complete Financial History of Berkshire Hathaway by Adam Mead, which is perhaps the most detailed and comprehensive story of Berkshire Hathaway written to date.
In a riskier than usual selection this month, here follows three small cap companies which brokers believe could double in value or more over the next year.
Richard Gill reviews Trend Following Mindset, where author Michael Covel brings to life the conversations between himself and Tom Basso so readers can get into the mindset of the legendary calm trend trader.
This latest book from Harriman House acts as a one-stop, definitive resource to make your later years secure and comfortable, writes Richard Gill, CFA.
Richard Gill, CFA, looks at three small-cap companies he believes could see a rapid bounce back over the coming months.
In the hope that some of this year’s IPOs can repeat the success of the class of 2020, Richard Gill takes a look at a few of them.