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The failings of intrusive financial supervision have never been more obvious
As an investor it’s the thing that matters for bank shares
But am I willing to lose my shirt with a punt on interest rates?
It took a while, but I learnt long ago that negativity really doesn’t pay
Defaults always scare me — are yields worth the risk?
A passive portfolio does not care about who wins and why
‘OK’ outcomes in my first quarter’s investment results
Tax rates make little difference to equity returns
Avoid thematic funds. And I should know, as ex-head of thematic research at a global bank
There is still value in equities, if you can find it
Blaming bad results on world crises displays a woeful reluctance to take responsibility for misjudged investments
Switching into a Sipp offers much more in investment choice
Rates look like they are nearing a top and yields will ease next year
For too long investors have been neglected by businesses in the region, but times are changing
Why devote effort to an unrealised future when events with a 100% probability of occurring exist today?
Our columnist has bought into US equities and is happy to ignore the doom-mongers
Our new columnist sets out his investment stall and reveals he still has faith in UK stocks
The numbers are hokum, the clients are left in the dark and the real world impact is negligible anyway
Plus, are Japan’s responsible business traditions still working?
If we do not disentangle the industry’s dual meanings, it will not progress
Plus, how satellites are bringing us groundbreaking emissions data
Stuart Kirk attacks ‘cancel culture’ as he resigns over reaction to provocative speech
Plus, green Spacs: where are they now?
Republican asks whether British bank was pressured over response to climate remarks
The Stuart Kirk spat reveals the profound level of uncertainty that makes global warming unlike any other public policy problem