'Intelligent Investors': Inside the minds of today's top managers

Book by Lawrence Gosling


We know what leading fund managers think about markets, but do we know much about what they think when they are running money?

A new book to mark the 20th anniversary of Investment Week this year tries to understand the psychology of investing, including interviews with more than 20 leading fund managers working in the UK. Based on one-to-one interviews, it allows managers such as Richard Buxton, Neil Woodford, Angus Tulloch, Richard Pease, Richard Woolnough, Paul Causer and Paul Reed, to explain in their own words  what they think about when they are investing. The full cover price of the book is going to be split between two children's charities, CHICKS and Place2Be, which are supported by Investment Week's...

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