Entries by Jess Langer

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What goes up must come down – Trusting professional stockpickers

  Neil Woodford is the latest casualty of the principle that what goes up must come down – an adage professional stockpickers spend their professional lives trying to disprove. For fund managers, anything less than continual long-term growth can be very bad news indeed, as Woodford found when the suspension of several of the most […]

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Investors eye commercial office space investment outside of London

  UK cities outside of London are showing rapid take-up of commercial office space by investors, according to a recent report from Savoy Stewart. The commercial property specialists analysed city reports compiled by Knight Frank in order to calculate office space take-up and total investment volume in ten UK cities in 2018. The full list […]

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Warren Buffett – Banking on growth

  Quarterly 13F filings by Berkshire Hathaway, the Nebraska-based multinational conglomerate holding company owned by Warren Buffett, are always subjected to scrutiny by investors worldwide. 13F is a quarterly form that must be filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission and lists all assets under management valued at $100 million or more. Essentially it […]