John Stepek talks to fund manager Ed Heaven about political turmoil, ethical investing, and why ultimately human ingenuity will prevail.
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MMT is coming, the US dollar is here to stay, and “value” investing is dead: an interview with Dylan Grice
John Stepek talks to Dylan Grice about everything from inflation, MMT and he US dollar to the Bull market in “duration” and the future of the financial system.
With no universal definition of what counts as “ethical”, so-called ESG funds can cover a wide range of sins, from tobacco stocks to arms-makers. If you want to invest ethically, says John Stepek, you have to do it yourself.
Many blue-chip stocks are stretching their dividend payouts to the limit. Make sure you don’t pay the price.
Investing in US stocks used to be an expensive hassle. Not any more, says David Stevenson.
John Stepek talks to Dylan Grice, co-founder of Calderwood Capital, about inflation, duration and the “death” of value.
We’re big fans of gold here at MoneyWeek. But why? What’s it for? What use is it? John Stepek explains why everyone should hold a little gold in their portfolio.