Crockpot: A good investment process needs to consider geopolitics

Tim Farrelly  |  farrelly’s Investment Strategy  |  15 March 2024

Most investment committees begin with a background discussion about the economy, interest rates and inflation. Surely we need to include geopolitics as part of that - how can we discuss those issues without a keen eye to what governments are doing around the globe? In recent time, we have had the impacts of the huge fiscal response to the pandemic; the impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on food and energy prices; the potential impacts of the determination or otherwise of central banks around the world to crush inflation; and, the impact of the mach...

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