[Podcast] Thinking differently from the investor crowd, with Alasdair McKinnon
Martin Bamford, Informed Choice Radio, interviews our Manager Alasdair McKinnon about the merits of thinking differently from the crowd. To illustrate this, Alasdair talks about how investment cycles repeat themselves; there’s nothing truly new when it comes to investing money. Alasdair then explains why investing with index tracker funds often means buying overvalued companies, further covering the risks associated with this passive investing approach when he talks about the changing fortunes of Japan over the years. Finally, Alasdair shares the three key factors he looks for when buying an out of favour stock.
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Please remember that past performance may not be repeated and is not a guide for future performance. The value of shares and the income from them can go down as well as up as a result of market and currency fluctuations. You may not get back the amount you invest.