Richard Rainwater’s strategy was to spot major technological or economic changes and profit from them, says Matthew Partridge.
Articles written by Dr Matthew Partridge
Activist investor Carl Icahn reckons that whatever the US Federal Reserve decides to do, it doesn’t matter, says Matthew Partridge.
Matthew Partridge explains why rebalancing your portfolio every now and again can be a great way to ensure long-term gains.
We’re now living longer than ever – only to suffer from diseases of old age. New therapies promise a new lease of life for the elderly – and big profits for investors, says Matthew Partridge.
Theatre review: The Alchemist by Ben Jonson
Despite a smattering of baffling 17th-century slang, the RSC’s production of Ben Jonson’s The Alchemist is an enjoyable, high-energy comedy, says Matthew Partridge.
when it came to trading, Bernard Baruch was an aggressive speculator, says Matthew Partridge.
The recent spate of relatively upbeat UK economic data doesn’t surprise Charles Stanley’s global investment strategist, John Redwood.
Initial public offerings usually attract a lot of hype when companies list on the stock markets. But is the excitement? Matthew Partridge investigates.
A big fan of Benjamin Graham, legendary investor Shelby Cullom Davis would invest in firms he considered undervalued.
Investors may be familiar with old market sayings such as “sell in May and go away, come back on St Leger Day” . But should you follow their advice? Matthew Partridge investigates.