Whatever happens to society after Covid-19, the answer for investors has barely changed form over the last few years, writes Tim Price.
Viruses are an inevitable part of life on this planet. We can only hope that the next time a pandemic hits, lessons will have been learnt from the catalogue of errors inflicted on us all during 2020, writes Tim Price.
What has worked in markets, for the last decade at least, may well not work in the future over the medium term. Investors need to keep an open, flexible mind, writes fund manager Tim Price.
The last several weeks will have been testing for huge numbers of investors. But how do we make sense of where we are, and what lies ahead?
As the climate change debate descends into farce, fund manager Tim Price reflects on the implications for sensible investors.
The lifting of storm clouds over the UK economy is welcome, but the best growth − and value − prospects for investors still lie elsewhere, writes fund manager Tim Price.
The December General Election will arguably be the most important in our lifetime. Its implications, both economically and politically, will be profound, argues Tim Price.
In many respects, the global financial crisis was regarded as a crisis of morality. It now appears to be morphing into a fully-fledged eurozone banking crisis. By way of solutions, we need better bankers, better central bankers (or perhaps none at all) − and better politicians.
The West has learnt nothing from the experience of Japan’s lost two decades. That could prove to be painfully expensive.
For all its faults, Twitter may be the most useful form of news gathering and information sharing to date, explains Tim Price.