Investment lessons from the 2000s

In the third episode of our four-part Greatest Hits podcast series, fund manager Alastair Mundy reflects on major financial events and his investment experiences during the 2000s.

November 11, 2019

The decade began with millennium bug fears and ended with the global financial crisis. Contrarian investor Alastair Mundy offers his reflections, and discusses the dotcom boom and bust. 

The Temple Bar investment trust manager talks to Money Observer editor Faith Glasgow about being a value investor during the period, fellow value investor Neil Woodford, and the rise of the BRICS.

Listen to other fund managers in the Greatest Hits podcast series:

Investment lessons from the 1980s
Investment lessons from the 1990s
Investment lessons from 2009 to present

Explore all the Money Observer podcasts here.

 

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