Nick Kirrage

Fund Manager, Equity Value

Nick also writes for the team's Value Perspective blog. Follow the team @Thevalueteam

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Blog

16AUG 2019

Why value investing works – in a single chart

Why does value investing work? The answer can be found in one chart – and here is a thousand or so words on what that picture is worth to value investors

2019

MAY

10MAY 2019

Blog

On the Spot: Q&A with the Value Team

Value fund manager Nick Kirrage answers the questions that you asked

APRIL

26APR 2019

Blog

One big question you should answer before investing in an ISA

A new tax year means a clean slate for the UK’s millions of ISA investors and yet arguably the great majority are continuing to fail to make the most of the opportunity

MARCH

15MAR 2019

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The case for taking an ‘outside view’ in Gold Cup week

Ahead of the Cheltenham Gold Cup, you will have to look elsewhere for racing tips – here we will simply remind you that value investing is all about looking to keep on the right side of the averages

FEBRUARY

28FEB 2019

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If funds never outperform consistently, what should investors target?

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?

01FEB 2019

Blog

In which Seinfeld episode could George have made a fine value investor?

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

2018

SEPTEMBER

27SEP 2018

Blog

Investment advice: Make time to move out of your comfort zone

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

APRIL

03APR 2018

Blog

Before investing in an ISA ask yourself this question

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