Walter Schloss focused on companies that were selling below what he considered to be the value of their net assets.
Articles written by Dr Matthew Partridge
Ray Dalio of Bridgewater Associates thinks we’re running out of room to boost growth through monetary policy.
A dispute between Tesco and Unilever over the price of Marmite is a useful reminder of why economic moats matter, says Matthew Partridge.
In an ideal world, says Enrico Letta, former prime minister of Italy, Brexit would create a two tier Europe. But we don’t live in an ideal world.
Book review: Crash, Bang, Wallop: The Inside Story of London’s Big Bang and a Financial Revolution that Changed the World
A zippy historical narrative that celebrates the cultural and financial change that transpired in 1980s Britain.
Book review: Trump Revealed: An American Journey of Ambition, Ego, Money and Power
Trump Revealed is a cut above the standard political biography, but the full exposé is yet to be written, says Matthew Partridge.
Gabelli likens investing to poker: you collect information, evaluate it and use it to project what will happen in the future, says Matthew Partridge.
Legendary investor Blair Hull made a series of very successful trades based on his reading of market sentiment.
The slowdown in America is a concern. But if you want a real problem, reckons investment guru Kenneth Rogoff, just look at China.
Low interest rates are making it ever harder to fund a decent retirement income. So how can you give yourself a decent chance of retiring in comfort? Matthew Partridge explains.