Richard Gill, CFA, reviews The Smart Money Method, where author Stephen Clapham provides investors with the insider stock picking techniques used by top hedge funds.
Richard Gill, CFA
Richard Gill, CFA, reviews Jim Mellon’s latest book, which explains how world agriculture will be radically transformed by the advent of cultivated meat and plant based protein technology.
Richard Gill, CFA, takes a look at two companies which appear to be trading at below their intrinsic value and look like good investments to ride the expected global economic recovery.
Richard Gill, CFA, reviews Investing for Growth, a book by Terry Smith which makes the case for investing your money in the best companies in the world to ensure long-term returns.
This month Richard Gill, CFA, takes a look at a couple of small cap companies which might fit the bill for the Sage of Omaha.
Richard Gill, CFA, reviews Yummi Yoghurt, a first-stage, easy to read guide to stock market investment for beginners, written by Lord Lee of Trafford.
Despite the dearth of new issues, with potentially attractive investment opportunities coming from IPOs, Richard Gill, CFA, takes a look at two recently listed small cap firms.
Richard Gill, CFA, reviews The Psychology of Money, a book by Morgan Housel, which delves deeper into the personal element of finance and wealth.
On the hunt for deep value: Richard Gill, CFA uncovers two small caps trading at a discount to their net current asset value.
Richard Gill, CFA, reviews a new book by Max Gunther that explains why some people are luckier than others – and how you can become one of them.