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19 September 2018
Five stocks Smith & Williamson duo shorted in the great crash (This link leads to an external site)
Mark Boucher and Mark Swain, co-managers of the Smith & Williamson Enterprise fund, outperformed by a significant margin in the year Lehmans collapsed.

12 September 2018
What lessons have been learnt over the decade since Lehmans collapsed? (This link leads to an external site) 

06 September 2018
How England’s World Cup run helped this A-rated L/S trio (This link leads to an external site)
The Citywire A-rated trio behind Smith & Williamson’s Enterprise fund has experienced an uptick in performance over the past few months, linked to England’s surprising success at the 2018 Fifa World Cup.



19 September 2018
Markets extend rally investors bet us china trade tensions cooling (This link leads to an external site)

19 September 2018
Real wage squeeze deepens as UK inflation hits six-month high of 2.7% – as it happened (This link leads to an external site)



27 September 2018
Three reasons why gold is a good bet now (This link leads to an external site)
In the battle of safe havens, gold has lost out to the rallying US dollar in recent months, but a number of factors now at play could lead to a weaker greenback and put bullion back on top in the weeks ahead, according to Ani Markova, fund manager of the Smith & Williamson Global Gold and Resources Fund.



Absolute return investing: The long and short of it Mark Swain

Mark Swain, Partner, Fund Manager, Smith & Williamson Enterprise Fund, discusses the exploiting potential due to Brexit, why he is sticking to the UK instead of widening the investment remit, and whether he will be dialing up metrics post Brexit.

Delivering consistency and low volatility in a low yield environment

James Burns and Genevra Banszky von Ambroz, Partners for the Smith & Williamson Defensive Growth Fund, join Jenny Ellice to discuss the attractions of multi-asset, their expertise in the investment companies universe, and what demand there has been for the strategy.


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