In this video blog for SensibleInvesting.TV, Robin Powell reports on new research by two academics at Cambridge Judge Business School on John Maynard Keynes. The brilliant economist looked after the investments of a number of organisations – principally King’s College, Cambridge. The general perception is that Keynes’ investment career was an uninterrupted success. However, as Dr David Chambers and Professor Elroy Dimson discovered, Keynes was heavily exposed to equities when markets collapsed in 1929. It was largely that experience which made him realise the futility of trying to time the ups and downs of the market.
Gates Capital Management's ECF Value Funds have a fantastic track record. The funds (full-name Excess Cash Flow Value Funds), which invest in an event-driven equity and credit strategy, have produced a 12.6% annualised return over the past 26 years. The funds added 7.7% overall in the second half of 2022, outperforming the 3.4% return for Read More