Investing Show: The value investor who likes unloved bank and supermarket shares
You don’t get much more unloved than banks. For a value investor like Nick Kirrage that makes them interesting.
The Schroders fund manager explains why he thinks banks look like an investing opportunity, along with the almost equally unloved supermarket sector, in the latest episode of the Investing Show.
The co-manager of the Schroder UK Recovery and Schroder Income funds joins Simon Lambert, of This is Money, to explain why he thinks value investing is the way to grow wealth and what he looks for in a company.
Meanwhile, in the first part of this fortnight’s episode, Richard Hunter, head of research at Wilson King Investment Management, takes a look at the winners and losers since Brexit, whether their runs will continue and why the FTSE 100 has jumped but the FTSE 250 has struggled.
Watch the show in two parts below.