Tim Price has worked in the capital markets for 25 years. A graduate of Christ Church, Oxford, he spent a decade as a bond specialist before going on to serve as Chief Investment Officer at three separate wealth management firms.
Tim has been shortlisted for five successive years in the UK Private Asset Managers Awards programme and was a winner in 2005 in the category of Defensive Investing.
He is the co-founder of Price Value Partners, a fund manager established in 2004 which has a focus on value investing.
Tim is the author of Investing Through The Looking Glass: A Rational Guide to Irrational Financial Markets.
In Investing Through the Looking Glass, Tim identifies and shatters a number of investment myths and misconceptions. He questions whether stock markets inevitably rise over the longer term, whether bonds continue to be relevant as a fail safe low-risk asset, whether professional fund managers represent “smart money”, and much more besides.
In this episode of Informed Choice Radio, I speak to Tim about the basis of value investing, delusions in the investment markets, whether central bank intervention has created a ‘new normal’, calling the end of the bond bubble, and much, much more.
Welcome to Investing Through The Looking Glass with Tim Price, in episode 124 of Informed Choice Radio.
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Some questions I ask
-Where did value investing come from and how does it work?
-What are some of the delusions currently faced by investors?
-Does central bank intervention represent the new normal for markets?
-Is there a likely timescale for the bursting of the bond bubble?
-What does it look like for investment markets when quantitative easing is reversed?
-Is the falling pound a consequence of Brexit, or something else?
-What should investors look for in a fund manager?
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