More about demographics, the growing influence of computer games, gold, bitcoin and observations about how to create success are the subjects covered in this week’s Diary. August is always an interesting month.LEARN MORE
Anniversaries, business as usual for the global economy and reports from various parts of the UK property sector make up this week’s Diary. Also, why shifting the blame may be a more effective strategy for politicians than for those running companies.
Back at my desk for the autumn offensive where it seems likely that good economics mixed with bad politics will continue to drive investment markets for the foreseeable future. News from the car industry, India and Trinidad fill this week’s Diary, together with thoughts about why stability can be fragile.
More about demographics, the growing influence of computer games, gold, bitcoin and observations about how to create success are the subjects covered in this week’s Diary. August is always an interesting month.
News from Turkey, resonances from the past, searching for catalysts that matter and the irresistibility of secular trends all make an appearance in this week’s Diary. Cyclists may find something of interest in the final paragraph.
David Miller is a Quilter Cheviot Executive Director and active investment manager. He makes regular appearances on TV and radio and is the author of the prizewinning weekly, Diary of a Fund Manager which now has a global circulation list of over 20,000. In a career spanning four decades, he has worked as a stockbroker and then fund manager, advising private individuals throughout, for the last ten years at Quilter Cheviot which is part of the Old Mutual Group. He read Natural Sciences at Cambridge University and is a committed empiricist, suspicious of economists with theories.
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