Investing Show: Tim Price says buy Japan – ‘the standout value opportunity’
- Value investor outlines why he is backing Japan
- Retirement expert Lydia Fearn on how to make more of your pension
- Discussion on whether the UK will see negative interest rates?
Japan is the ‘standout value opportunity’ for investors. Against a backdrop of bad headlines, contrarian investor Tim Price explains where he is looking for good news in the latest episode of the Investing Show.
Director of Investment at PFP Wealth Management, Tim, reveals why he thinks the global economy has backfired on central bankers and negative yields and interest rates are absurd.
He outlines the best performing investing strategies of the long-term and why he considers Japan to be in a sweet spot for investors, because it is cheap and ignored.
Find out why Tim is backing Japan as he joins Simon Lambert, of This is Money, and Nick Batsford, of TipTV, on the latest episode of the Investing Show.
This fortnight’s show also includes a discussion of whether the UK is likely to see negative interest rates – and what it could mean for us.
In the second half of the Investing Show, Lydia Fearn, head of DC and Financial Wellbeing, discusses how people can make the most of their pension savings.
She discusses whether pension freedoms mean investors need to rethink some of the old-fashioned ideas about switching to the safety of bonds as they approach retirement – and how they can tackle this.
Watch the Investing Show below.