Investment gurus

Steve Eisman: short Canada

Steve Eisman

Steve Eisman, the man who made his name by betting against the US housing market ahead of the subprime crash in 2008 now has Canada in his sites.

A. Gary Shilling: a recession is coming

A. Gary Shilling was among the few investors to correctly predict a lengthy stagnation in the wake of the financial crisis. Now he's warning of a recession.

Steve Eisman: beware Canada's property bubble

Steve Eisman, managing director of Neuberger Berman, is worried about Canada’s housing bubble; gloomy on Deutsche Bank; and sceptical of cryptocurrencies.

Alan Greenspan: US economy is “out of whack”

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Alan Greenspan, former head of the Federal Reserve, says the US economy is heading towards stagflation.

Jeffrey Gundlach: gold to explode

No need to predict the rising price of gold – the market will prove it soon enough.

Mark Mobius: US stocks could fall by 30%

Mark Mobius

All the indicators point to a looming 30% fall in the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average, says investor Mark Mobius, founder of Mobius Capital Partners.

Jonathan Ruffer: Get ready for more

Jonathan Ruffer of Ruffer Investments reckons the recent volatility in share prices is just the beginning.

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.

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