“Sweden was right”?
THE OLD SMITHY, STAFFORDSHIRE – I can’t promise that you’ll agree with everything you’re about to read. Especially if yesterday’s poll is to be trusted.
But we wouldn’t be doing our job if we weren’t challenging your views on investing, money, and the world in general. And this is an issue which effects virtually all of our readers – certainly for those of us living here in Blighty.
Following the last few letters of Capital & Conflict where we focused on the new lockdown restrictions, I’d like to share somebody else’s perspective on the matter – both on the consequences for investors and the world in general.
What follows is a hefty chunk of one of our premium research publications that was sent out to subscribers last week. It’s written by Charlie Morris, City fund manager by day and editor of our most prestigious publication by night: The Fleet Street Letter Wealth Builder. You’ll be hearing a lot more about and from him in the near future, and I’d like to introduce you to him if you’re not already familiar with his work.
The title alone is sure to be perceived as controversial by some; I’ve no doubt it would disqualify the text as “unfit for publication” by lesser organisations. But this happens to be one of Charlie’s finest works in my view – and I think you should read it.
Even if you want to leave it for his views on the WuFlu, I suggest you stay for his investment observations… (more…)