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Winter Issue Forty One
JM Finn Quaterly Periodical

As I write, it certainly feels that spring is upon us.  Not only are the evenings getting lighter and the buds are appearing in the garden, but there is light at the end of the lockdown tunnel.  

Today,  ASOS is best recognised as a leading online fashion retailer.

Assura is a real estate investment trust (REIT) that specialises in UK primary care medical centre real estate.

CyberArk shares are traded in America, although the company can trace its origins to the Israeli defence forces.

We are delighted to announce that we won the COLWMA Best Charity Investment Service for the second year in a row.

Brian Tora responds to the 2021 Budget announcement by Chancellor Rishi Sunak.

As we hopefully approach a return to normality, what are investors turning their attention to and why?

Our most recent sponsor Sherlock is progressing well through his training despite the restrictions imposed by another UK lockdown

Henry Birt of JM Finn’s research team looks into the mechanics of the world’s largest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin

The vaccine roll out remains shrouded in unpredictability and uncertainty but there are a few issues we can already see on the horizon, some of which we have the tools to solve.

After nearly a year in lock down, can we hope for more freedoms in 2021? Brian Tora gives his views.

James Godrich provides additional commentary of his January fund picks.

It's never too early to start estate planning so you can leave more to those you love. Simon Wong provides clarity on some common pitfalls that you might be unaware of.

Current economic growth is considered to be not too hot (to push up rates and inflation) and not too cold (to push down employment and share prices). John Royden unpicks this "Goldilocks" analogy.