Merryn talks to Mark Slater of the Slater Growth fund about why investors have abandoned the UK – and why they are wrong to have done so. Plus, he picks two of his favourite British stocks.
For a PDF of the Full Report, please click here. Performance Six months 1 year 3 years 5 years Since launch* Slater Growth Fund P unit class -11.55% +3.48% +16.76% +45.10% +472.32% Investment Association (IA) OE UK All Companies -17.74% -11.02% -4.91% +11.95% +135.38% *A unit class launched 30 March 2005 Overview The six months
Mark Slater, Chairman & CIO at Slater Investments talks to piworld’s Tamzin Freeman. Where we learn Mark is looking for companies that will give an investing return of 50-100% over 3-5 years. We get insights on how Mark analyses stocks to identify these compounders. Further, of course, he discusses how he’s handled CV19, plus many
[LISTEN] CityWire Funds Fanatic podcast with Mark Slater: Real market panic was all too brief in this crisis
Veteran UK stock market investor made 35 times his money on a single stock in the financial crisis. This time those opportunities haven’t arisen.
For a PDF of the Full Report, please click here. Overview These were six tumultuous months. They began with an exuberant, even frenzied, advance in the fourth quarter. That celebration came to an abrupt end once COVID-19 struck. The impact on the United Kingdom has been both damaging and frightening but ultimately is becoming familiar
Slater Investments CIO, Mark Slater speaks to Shares Magazine’s Dan Coatsworth on their Money Markets Podcast. Click to listen.
The manager of the Slater Growth fund says what makes a great business is highly subjective, but in the words of former associate justice Potter Stewart, “I know it when I see it”.
For a PDF of the Full Report, please click here. Performance Six months 1 year 3 years 5 years Since launch* Slater Income Fund P Inc share class -17.94% -19.12% -16.74% -4.08%% +49.84% Investment Association (IA) OE UK Equity Income -16.46% -16.64%% -11.60%% +0.56%% +37.44% *A share class launch 19 September 2011 Overview and Outlook