John C Bogle’s belief in passive investing was widely ridiculed by many on Wall Street, but he would later be vindicated over and over.
Articles written by Dr Matthew Partridge
Political scandals and the commodity collapse have hammered Brazil. However, the country still has great prospects and its stocks look cheap. It’s time to buy, says Matthew Partridge.
Once nicknamed the “Quiet Assassin”, Anthony Bolton contrarian approach to stock picking earned his clients fortune-making returns.
If you’re a trader, then Crowd Money is a book that you should definitely read, says Matthew Partridge.
While M&A deals can be entertaining, company mergers usually aren’t good news for all shareholders. Matthew Partridge explains.
Having already built up a well-known British fashion brand, Wayne Hemingway turned his entrepreneurial eye to urban regeneration.
Thomas Rowe Price, Jr beat the market in the post-War years by seeking out dividends and earnings growth.
There are two main risks when buying a bond. Matthew Partridge explains what they are, and how “duration” can help tell you if it’s a risky bet.
How do you go about putting all of your assets together? Matthew Partridge explains the art of portfolio construction.
Paul Lindley remortgaged his house to set up his company, Ella’s kitchen, to produce healthy baby food that appealed to toddler’s senses. Within eight years, it was turning over £50m a year.