Greatest investors

The world’s greatest investors: Julie Dean

Julie Dean

Julie Dean seeks out companies with varying sensitivity to the economic backdrop.

The world’s greatest investors: Chris Sacca

Born in May 1975, Chris Sacca started his own venture-capital firm, and has made frequent appearances on America’s version of Dragons’ Den.

The world’s greatest investors: Prem Watsa

Prem Watsa is an Indian-born Canadian investor who has been dubbed the “Canadian Warren Buffett”.

The world’s greatest investors: John Banks

John Banks was born in Maidstone in 1627 and went on to make his fortune from lending money.

The world’s greatest investors: Sarah Whitley

Sarah Whitley considers herself to be a flexible fund manager. However, smost of her successes have been from buying secular growth stocks

The world’s greatest investors: Giles Hargreave

Giles Hargreave has focused on small- and micro-cap shares because he thinks that this sector has been neglected by most institutional investors.

The world’s greatest investors: John W Henry

John W Henry devised a mechanical trading system based around identifying and following price trends.

The world’s greatest investors: Kenneth Heebner

Kenneth Heebner seeks out little-appreciated economic trends that he believes will affect entire sectors.

The world’s greatest investors: George Ross-Goobey

George Ross-Goobey was appointed the first in-house manager of Imperial Tobacco’s pension fund.

The world’s greatest investors: Joseph Kennedy

Unethical to his critics, Joseph Kennedy merely claimed to be merely an astute speculator.

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