New Market Mavericks

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Wiley, Oct 29, 2004 - Business & Economics - 248 pages
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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.

"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.

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."
Nigel Bolton, Head of European Equities, Scottish Widows Investment Partnership

"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!"
Bob McKee, Chief Economist, Independent Strategy, London-based global investment consult

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European Value Stocks
Trading the Roadmap
The Coming Crisis

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About the author (2004)

Geoff Cutmore anchors CNBC Europe’s award winning flagship Squawkbox programme. With over a decade in financial journalism, Cutmore has followed the world’s markets for CNBC from London and Hong Kong. Before CNBC he broadcast on location from world changing events like the Russian coup and South Africa’s first multi-racial election. He is married with a daughter, to whom he hopes to impart the wonders of compound interest and deep-value stock selection.

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