Geoff Cutmore offers a fresh approach to the age-old battle of profitable investing in uncertain times. With most experts now predicting volatile stock market conditions in the years ahead, many old, tried-and-true investment strategies no longer work. Cutmore reveals how some well-known investors continue to make money in these difficult economic times. <p> <i>"Through the biggest equity bubble and bear market in a generation Geoff Cutmore has been a pivotal commentator on these unfolding events in his role as main anchorman for CNBC Europe’s award winning business breakfast programme Squawk Box.</i> <p> <i>In this book Geoff provides a fascinating insight into some of the leading characters in the investment industry and how their alternative investment styles have worked during the biggest bear market in a generation. It is essential reading for all those people who have an interest in investment and can help investors understand some of the different investment approaches which have evolved during this tumultuous period."</i><br> <b>Nigel Bolton, Head of European Equities, Scottish Widows Investment Partnership</b> <p> <i>"Is the bear market in stocks over or are we in for many more tough years, and what does that mean for our hard-earned pension portfolios? By talking to some of the great original thinkers in investing, Geoff skillfully draws out some fascinating answers. An absolute pleasure to read!"</i><br> <b>Bob McKee, Chief Economist, Independent Strategy, London-based global investment consult</b>
..".part of the appeal of the book is that it's structure is fluid enough to accommodate very different investment approaches..." (The Technical Analyst, November/December 2004)
..".Cutmore's book is a thoroughly entertaining tour of the investment industry..." (accountingweb.co.uk)
Part I: THE HEDGE FUND MANAGERS.
1. Hugh Hendry: The Antithesis of the Past.
2. Michael Browne: European Value Stocks.
3. David Murrin: Trading the Roadmap.
4. Philip Manduca: The Coming Crisis.
Part II: TECHNICAL TRADERS.
5. Chris Locke: Elliott Wave and the Planets.
6. Richard Cunningham: Leveraging Up.
Part III: FUND OF FUNDS AND THE HISTORIAN.
7. Peter Toogood: Picking the Best of the Best.
8. David Schwartz: Stock Market Historian.
I. Hugh Hendry: The Odey Eclectica Reports.
II. Michael Browne: Sofaer Fund Reports.
III. David Murrin: Emergent Fund Strategy.
IV. Philip Manduca: Titanium Fund Reports.
V. Chris Locke: Oystercatcher Management.
VI. Richard Cunningham: Asset Management.
VII. Peter Toogood: Forsyth Reports.
VIII. David Schwartz: Dates.