Turkey is heading for default, says Jonathan Compton, and the resulting global domino effect should not be underestimated. Investors should stand clear.
Articles written by Jonathan Compton
Is India the last great growth story – or overhyped and doomed to disappoint? In part one of our feature, Jonathan Compton argues that you should leave India well alone.
A property crash always unfolds in similar ways: credit runs dry, a priced-out majority stymies demand, confidence falters. Sound familiar? Then prepare for the bear, says Jonathan Compton.
Nationalistic policies can seriously affect investment returns – it’s time we learnt the lessons from America’s Great Depression, says Jonathan Compton.
Donald Trump wants to “make America safe again”, so expect a spending surge on an already dysfunctional arm of government. But there is an upside for investors, says Jonathan Compton.
Free education, high pay, excellent healthcare, generous pensions – but a great business environment and booming stockmarket too. Jonathan Compton is heading to Scandinavia.
Our tourism industry has been and remains badly neglected by the government – but the fall in the pound means that it will boom regardless, says Jonathan Compton.
Fewer babies are being born and the elderly are living longer. That’s a demographic time bomb for economies, but smart investors can profit from the trend, says Jonathan Compton.
Former fund manager Jonathan Compton hasn’t owned a banking share since before the financial crisis – but he’s looking to buy now.
Some spectacular failures have made outsourcing a dirty word. But the industry is here to stay, says Jonathan Compton.