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12NOV 2019

Value’s darkest days have tended to precede periods of extreme light

Past performance history clearly tells us nothing about the future but, when you have a quarter of a century of audited and digitised data, it can certainly raise some interesting ideas

2018

DECEMBER

06DEC 2018

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Investment things that make you go ‘Hmmm …’

Increasingly, stories in the financial press contain facts and statistics the wider market apparently thinks are completely reasonable but only put us in mind of a Top 10 hit from almost three decades ago

JUNE

14JUN 2018

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Why compounding should be the goal for all investors

As the 2018 World Cup kicks off, it seems only fitting to use a football example to illustrate the extraordinary power compounding can bring to an investment portfolio

MAY

22MAY 2018

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How a longer-term view can offer investors some perspective

The opening months of 2018 may have felt distinctly uncomfortable for investors and yet those prepared to take a longer-term view will be better placed to see not so much has changed since the end of last year

08MAY 2018

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What investors can learn from the controversial 2015 Super Bowl

In highly uncertain fields such as sport and investment, you need to make peace with the idea that good decisions made on the best available evidence can still lead to poor outcomes

APRIL

03APR 2018

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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

MARCH

23MAR 2018

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Never base any investment decision on a single month of data

Focusing on a single year of fund performance is bad enough so be very wary of anybody claiming to be able to draw meaningful conclusions from just one month of data

2017

OCTOBER

05OCT 2017

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Why a value investment should be your portfolio’s special ingredient

More than one hundred years of history suggests that, even if value investing is not completely to your taste, it should at least be a part of your portfolio mix