Greatest investors

The world’s greatest investors, This week: Katie Potts

Katie Potts manages the Herald Investment Trust and the Herald Worldwide Fund, focusing on technology firms with enough market power to keep ahead of the opposition.

Anthony Nutt: the world’s greatest investors

Anthony Nutt

Investor Anthony Nutt sought out value in companies, focusing his search on value-rich sectors.

Jean-Marie Eveillard: the world’s greatest investors

Jean-Marie Eveillard shunned growth stocks in favour of going after value.

Paul Mumford: simple steps to successful investing

Merryn Somerset Webb and Paul Mumford

Merryn Somerset Webb talks to veteran fund manager Paul Mumford about the secret of his successful career and the stocks he’s buying now.

Edward Thorp: the world’s greatest investors

Edward Thorp initially focused on convertible bonds – bonds that have stock options embedded within them.

Ken Griffin: the world’s greatest investors

Ken Griffin © Getty images

Griffin’s first focus was on convertible bond arbitrage, taking advantage of the fact that the price of convertible bonds.

Job Curtis: the world’s greatest investors

Job Curtis

Job Curtis has described himself as a pragmatic value investor, only willing to buy shares that are undervalued in relation to their expected future earnings.

Paul Cabot: the world’s greatest investors

Paul Cabot book cover

Paul Cabot was one of the first money managers to argue that stocks should form the core of a portfolio.

Charlie Munger: the world’s greatest investors

Charlie Munger was originally a value investor, buying companies that were trading below their book value.

Mark Slater: finding growth at a reasonable price

Mark Slater

Merryn Somerset Webb talks to investor Mark Slater about how he consistently finds good, growing companies without spending a fortune.

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