Author: Don Obrien

‘An extremely risky position’: The case against PMs investing in their own funds

For the second episode of season 2 of Mistakes Were Made, we are joined by Simon Hallett.

Simon is the vice chairman of Harding Loevner, an $89bn asset manager that specializes in global equities.

He’s also the owner and chairman of Plymouth Argyle Football Club, a League One soccer team in the United Kingdom. 

Simon tells the Mistakes Were Made team about the dangers of making market forecasts, why portfolio managers shouldn’t put money in their own funds, and how buying a sports team is both the best, and worst, investment he has made.

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