Scuttlebutt and its dramatic effect on long term investing

Scuttlebutt and its dramatic effect on long-term investing | John Wilson | EP10

John Wilson, analyst on Mawer’s global small cap equity strategy, defines scuttlebutt and its competitive advantage for long-term investors.

July 4, 2018 19 Mins
Not boring finds June 27 2018

(Not) boring finds for this week – June 27, 2018

Twenty ways to make mistakes with money, the history of monetary innovation, untangling misconceptions around interest rates, and the truth (data) about the creativity of pop songs. It was (not) a boring week!

June 27, 2018 1 Mins
Underweight Our take on Japan

Underweight: Our take on Japan | David Ragan | EP09

David Ragan, portfolio manager of Mawer’s international equity strategies, reveals why the portfolio is—and has always been—underweight in Japan.

June 20, 2018 21 Mins
Process before proceeds

Process before proceeds

In theory, investors should improve at least linearly over time as they make and learn from errors. But in practice, there seems to be little evidence of this (only few active managers beat the market over longer time periods).

June 12, 2018 3 Mins
Getting in alignment Why investors need to pay attention to executive compensation

Getting in alignment: Why investors need to pay attention to executive compensation | Jeff Mo | EP08

Jeff Mo, portfolio manager of Mawer’s Canadian small cap strategies, discusses the importance of executive compensation to long-term investment performance.

June 6, 2018 35 Mins
Italian moves

Italian moves

Italy has been the source of drama in recent weeks, and it hasn’t all been about men racing bicycles in spandex.

June 4, 2018 5 Mins
Process before proceeds

Process before proceeds

In theory, investors should improve at least linearly over time as they make and learn from errors. But in practice, there seems to be little evidence of this (only few active managers beat the market over longer time periods).

June 12, 2018 3 Mins
Italian moves

Italian moves

Italy has been the source of drama in recent weeks, and it hasn’t all been about men racing bicycles in spandex.

June 4, 2018 5 Mins
Not boring finds May 30

(Not) boring finds for this week – May 30, 2018

On the docket this week is an in-depth study of the effects of high household debt; the harrowing developments in data mining for surveillance; a surprising perspective on Bangladesh’s economic state; and a podcast aimed to help you with better decision-making.

May 30, 2018 2 Mins
The top 15 macro questions to ask before investing in a country

The top 15 macro questions to ask before investing in a country

These 15 questions are by no means exhaustive—they are not intended to be—but they serve as a helpful checklist for the main structural factors to consider when assessing a country’s macroeconomic backdrop.

May 16, 2018 12 Mins
Certified fresh lessons from machine learning

“Certified fresh” lessons from machine learning

Humans and machines have different strengths and weaknesses, and on our team, we tend to see the foreseeable future as a world in which the two work side-by-side.

May 2, 2018 8 Mins
Not boring finds April 18

(Not) boring finds for this week – April 18, 2018

This week we consider how far-reaching the effects of trade tariffs could be; the potential similarities between bonds and stocks; why software businesses can be great investments; and, how much narratives can shape investing.

April 18, 2018 2 Mins

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