Mundy's Moments: Value and me always

Choosing a good fund still requires personal touch

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Alastair Mundy of the Temple Bar Investment Trust
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Alastair Mundy of the Temple Bar Investment Trust

Recently, I sat on a panel that was asked whether we thought our jobs would ultimately be replaced by computers.

A fellow panellist explained how he believed the most likely outcome was a combination of the best parts of humans and machines. Fortunately, the MC then moved onto the next question and my input was...

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