Harding believes that it is very difficult to beat the market through looking at fundamental factors, explains Matthew Partridge.
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Adding foreign shares to a portfolio is a useful way to reduce investment risks. Matthew Partridge explains why.
Rather than picking the cheapest stocks, John Neff only invested in those that he believed had good business prospects.
Matthew Partridge explains how investors can protect their portfolios for when inflation returns.
The Bank of England has cut interest rates and expanded quantitative easing to boost the economy. If this fails, what might it try next? Matthew Partridge reports.
Richard Driehaus is credited with inventing the idea of momentum investing, while taking the fundamentals into account.
The former Federal Reserve chairman, Alan Greenspan, is pessimistic about the medium-term prospects for the US economy.
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