New research suggests it is unrealistic for investors to expect any fund to outperform its peer group year in, year out – so what approach should they be taking instead?
For 180 episodes of the long-running US sitcom Seinfeld, George Costanza almost always lost out on life and yet, in one, a change of perspective gave him some important qualities to be a good value investor
When you are constantly being fed news and other information, the time available for thinking deeply about a subject can become very limited – so The Value Perspective decided to make the time
The headline figures suggest ISAs have been a hugely popular innovation for consumers looking to save for the future – but are people really making the most of them? Here on The Value Perspective, we fear not
Investors are, quite rightly, asking themselves where the risk is in the market – although these three charts from the Bank of England suggest many would seem to be coming to the wrong answer
We keep a folder of ‘red-flag market indicators’ – developments that make us very uneasy indeed – and one of them is the return of the so-called ‘special purpose acquisition company’