Investment gurus

Nouriel Roubini: Trade wars are a negative sum game

Investing guru Nouriel Roubini reckons that if America launches a trade war, there won’t be any winners.

Terry Smith: Ignore global events

Fund manager Terry Smith thinks basing your investment decisions on global events is a waste of time.

Mario Gabelli: buy baseball

Mario Gabelli, founder, chairman and chief executive of GAMCO Investors, thinks investors should own a piece of a baseball team.

The world’s greatest investors: Angus Tulloch

Angus Tulloch

Angus Tulloch’s strategy was simple but effective: buy well-run firms in industries with barriers to entry that are generating strong returns on capital.

Dennis Gartman: a “watershed” moment for stocks

With central banks slowly tightening monetary policy, and the the “violently random” trading environment of recent months, stocks are bound to suffer, says Dennis Gartman. It’s time to hold cash.

The world’s greatest investors: Hugh Young

Hugo Young

Effective companies are about people working well together, says Hugo Young, manager of the Aberdeen Global Asia Pacific Equity Fund.

Nick Train: protectionism is the biggest threat

It’s not inflation and rising interest rates investors should be worried about, reckons fund manager Nick Train. It’s protectionism.

Jim Chanos: a rate rise is long overdue

Interest rates have been so low for so long, many people in financial markets today don’t know any different.

The world’s greatest investors: Peter Spiller

Peter Spiller

Over time, Peter Spiller changed the strategy of the Capital Gearing Trust to focus on preserving capital.

Warren Buffett: price is now irrelevant

Prices for averagely decent firms have hit an all-time high, warns Warren Buffett.

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