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Interview with Terry Smith

Terry SmithTerry Smith, the CEO of Tullett Prebon and founder of Fundsmith, was in top form when I interviewed him last week. An edited version of our conversation, which covers a range of topics, including the global economy, the impact of QE, current market valuations and stocks in the Fundsmith portfolio, appears in today’s issue of Money Week. If you are interested in reading the full length version, you can find it on the Independent Investor website. Simply follow the link to Money Week articles on the right hand side. Sample quote: ā€œIā€™m not convinced there is a recovery ā€“ certainly, not of anything like the magnitude that people say there is”.

Written by Jonathan Davis

November 1, 2013 at 12:14 PM

The wonders of pet food – and other things

What is so wonderful about pet food as a business? Why is the fund management industry “broken and not fit for purpose”? Why should you only invest in businesses which operate in industries where there is at least one dominant privately owned company? Terry Smith, the outspoken City broker, has plenty to say on these and other subjects in my latest interview piece for The Spectator. You can read the longer unedited version of this article by following this link to the Independent Investor website.

Written by Jonathan Davis

March 27, 2011 at 10:31 PM