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Jonathan Davis is one of the UK’s leading writers on investment. A professionally qualified investor, he is the author of three books about investment, has written regular columns for the Financial Times and The Spectator, podcasts for the Money Makers website (www.money-makers.co) and is an adviser to investment companies. His website is at: www.independent-investor.com.
For more detailed practical investing advice, Jonathan Davis has just produced his latest edition of the Investment Trusts Handbook. It sounds dull — it is anything but. And if one feature of our coming bear market is that we will encounter opportunities to pick up good trusts at wide discounts to their net asset value, you might as well get ahead of the knowledge game now. Merryn Somerset Webb, Editor-in-chief, MoneyWeek
Working with Jonathan Davis and the team at Harriman House to produce the Investment Trusts Handbook 2019 has been an excellent experience and we are delighted with the end result. Our clients have commented on how useful they have found the book and indeed what a pleasure it is to read. Claire Dwyer, Associate Director Investment Trusts, Fidelity International
This Handbook is weighty but nonetheless an approachable compendium. It includes opinions and insights from experienced investors, veteran analysts and shrewd commentators, ably hosted by Jonathan Davis as village guide and companion. As such, I think the book fills a calm and valuable gap between data and dense analytics on the one hand -- and the daily babble of market noise on the other. Piers Currie Special Adviser, Aberdeen Standard Investments
For those interested in investment companies, the 2019 edition of The Investment Trusts Handbook is now out. It includes views on the future of the industry from a wide range of industry experts – everyone from our longest serving fund manager, Peter Spiller of Capital Gearing to Alex Denny, marine biology enthusiast and head of investment trusts at Fidelity. The book offers a unique insight into the industry and provides investors with a wealth of interesting views and ideas. Annabel Brodie-Smith, Communications Director, Association of Investment Companies
Investment trusts are steadily gaining profile and traction among private investors, so it’s very good to see the latest edition of Jonathan Davis’s wide-ranging and insightful guide to the world of closed-ended funds. It includes lots of valuable practical stuff, but it’s also a great way to get inside the minds of some of the key professionals running them, including both the old guard and the next generation of management talent. Faith Glasgow, Editor, Money Observer
For more detailed practical investing advice, Jonathan Davis has just produced his latest edition of the Investment Trusts Handbook. It sounds dull — it is anything but. And if one feature of our ...Read more
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Jonathan’s latest book is The Investment Trusts Handbook 2019, described as a must-have compendium which provides investors of all kinds with a wide range of insights into how to invest in ...Read more
This book is essential reading if you are serious about long term investing and want to use investment trusts to gain exposure to different parts of the market.
It is very easy to read with ...
The second edition of Jonathan Davis’s annual round-up of investment trusts is now available. It has chapters on investment trust basics plus a more advanced analysis section, plus contributions ...Read more
The Investment Trusts Handbook is what you would call an annual in old money, but given it is a book about investment trusts there is a lot more in there than in a traditional annual. This is an ...Read more