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02 March 2013

Safety Margin is Becoming Perilously Thin

We are almost four years into the current cyclical bull phase for stock markets. The rally began on the solid foundations of valuation and corporate earnings growth, but those supports have long since been kicked away. More risk is being taken than investors acknowledge and complacency is a major danger.

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10 September 2011

You Can Depend on the Haven of Troy

Most investors and their fund managers have had an awful summer. But it is pleasing to learn that there have been exceptions: managers who have protected their investors’ assets from the worst of the falls. Managers who deserve every penny of their ample salary. Two of these are Sebastian Lyon and Francis Brooke, joint managers of the Trojan Capital fund.

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16 February 2010

The Case For The Doubters

As a consequence of the global financial crisis, investors are now living in "a phoney world", one that is characterised by interest rates of zero and asset prices that have been seriously distorted by quantitative easing, among other things. The consequence is that few investors, even professionals, know what to think. Picking a path through this unprecedented set of conditions is like "being in a dark room looking for a black cat that isn't there.

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