Anthony Bolton: Don't get more bearish as markets go down

Former star stockpicker returns to personal investing

James Baxter-Derrington
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Anthony Bolton has returned to investing, but only for himself, as the fastest bear market in history has exposed opportunities, according to the FT.

Now aged 70, the former manager of Fidelity's Special Situations fund said that despite the "dreadful" economic outlook and lack of clarity over its duration, opportunities for UK investors were beginning to appear for knowledgeable private investors as much as professionals. Coronavirus: A 'true black swan in the making' or a 'tactical opportunity'? "I think at these prices there are really interesting opportunities. I would not necessarily invest all your money at the moment, if you have money to invest - and many people do not." He also conceded that his caution throughout 2019,...

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