Inside the mind of the Master Investor: Jim Mellon reveals his latest thoughts on the markets…
Economics & Markets
Smartphones have emerged as the key battleground in the current Indian general election. Could politics reverse the secular decline in smartphone sales? Victor Hill investigates.
When bitcoin plunged in value in early 2018 many of us thought that was that. But it turns out that the bitcoin bubble was just the beginning, writes Victor Hill.
Investors ignore the human dimension to financial markets at their peril, writes fund manager Tim Price.
Unicorns don’t exist – do they? So how come so many bright people want to buy their shares? Victor Hill would really like to know.
There are multiple red lights flashing on the global investment flight deck console. But the flight controls aren’t working anymore. Victor Hill is having a recurring nightmare.
So we are still not OUT – though we might be out soon. Strangely, the markets don’t seem concerned. Could absentee politicians obsessed by passing inane resolutions be the reason why the UK economy is doing fine?
We thought it would be some way off in the future, but some early basic cyborgs have already arrived – and will soon be knocking on investors’ doors, writes Victor Hill.
The retirement of Bill Gross, “the bond king”, has been greeted by some uncomfortable personal criticism, writes fund manager Tim Price.
Is Huawei a threat to our security? The case against it is compelling. But that’s not the half of it. Italy has joined the Chinese Belt & Road Initiative. The Dragon is now inside the city walls, writes Victor Hill.