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James Inglis-Jones

Where we see an opportunity in today’s market

The proprietary market indicators used by the Cashflow Solution team suggests value stocks in aggregate look exceptionally cheap relative to history. James Inglis-Jones explains why, what else the indicators are telling them and how their funds are positioned to exploit this. Read more
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Should investors protect against further falls or position for a rebound?

James Inglis-Jones explains why a change in behaviour by businesses and investors in response to Covid-19 points to a more positive 12-month outlook for equity markets. Read more
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Yield curve inversion – why we’re not worried, yet

Are bond markets predicting a recession and a negative environment for equities? James Inglis-Jones explains why proprietary measures of investor anxiety present a brighter outlook. Read more
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Why we’ve raised our net exposure

The Liontrust GF European Strategic Equity Fund has almost doubled its market exposure from 35% to 67%. James Inglis-Jones and Samantha Gleave explain what has driven this change. Read more
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Fragile market outlook no obstacle to investment conviction

The Cashflow Solution team has recently completed its annual forensic analysis of European companies’ reports and accounts, identifying ‘fragile market conditions’. With the European Central Bank recently announcing a withdrawal of its bond-buying stimulus later this year, this may seem a concerning state of affairs, but James explains why an uncertain backdrop isn’t necessarily a hindrance. Read more
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Beware over-paying for forecast growth

We hold an upbeat assessment of the outlook for European equities this year but we are very cognisant of the need to limit exposure to some extreme valuations being afforded to stocks meeting certain investment characteristics. Read more
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Lessons from 10 years at the helm of Liontrust European Growth

1. Define and thoroughly research an investment process before you start implementing it An investment process can’t simply be theoretical, it also needs to be backed up by historical analysis to demonstrate that it works. Read more