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TAM Talks - 2020 Hindsight And 2021 Outlook


13. January 2021

TAM CIO James Penny and CEO Lester Petch look back at the year that was 2020 and discuss the winners and losers during the pandemic year.

The two also discuss the potential opportunities that lie ahead in 2021 and beyond from an investment standpoint.

What Lies Beneath - Further Insight To The Passive Vs Active Investment Debate


22. December 2020

Looking back on this year, professionally and personally, I think few would say it’s been a forgettable one. The herculean strength in the stock market couldn’t stand in greater contrast to the very real pain being seen in households.

In one part, myself and TAM are elated to have been able, for almost all clients, to make back 100% of the losses sustained after that record breaking sell off in Q1. But also, in the last couple of months, see clients posting gains for the year.

Active fund management is dead - Long live active fund management


03. February 2019

Analysing the performance facts of passive index investing compared to active discretionary fund management (DFM) may well surprise you.

Lessons From The Beautiful Game


26. June 2018

It may not be immediately obvious, but the role of a football manager offers a topical analogy for the skills required and challenges faced by an investment manager.

Is there life in the old frog yet?


03. March 2018

February was certainly one of the worst months for stock markets since 2008. Are we heading for another recession or simply a period of heightened market volatility?

What is the value of remaining invested?


03. March 2018

So much news and information is broadcast every day on financial markets and investments that it can make you feel as though it’s never the right time to invest, or remain invested.

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