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Summer Issue Thirty Nine
The JM Finn Quarterly Periodical

This month we read something slightly out of the norm, a book that you wouldn’t initially associate with the investment process – The Pressure Principle by Dr Dave Alred MBE.

JM Finn have signed England Cricketer, Tammy Beaumont, as an ambassador.

October was a strong month for equity markets and was typical of developments seen so far in 2017.

Thirty years ago markets were reeling from the cataclysmic drop in shares that had started in America.

The finalists for Investment Week's inaugural Women in Investment Awards have been revealed, and JM Finn is proud to say that one of our Investment Directors, Kim Woolmer, has been shortlisted for the…

Three brave souls from JM Finn, took on the 'Dawn 'till Dusk' Velodrome Challenge, thrown down by BNY Mellon, in order to raise money for Cancer Research.

JM Finn was delighted to sponsor this year's Hollytree Ball held in the stunning grounds of Scampston Hall.

Equity markets have marched steadily higher through the year, with the technology sector and Emerging Markets leading the troop.

US shares have been hitting new highs recently, while our own market has been in fine fettle as well.

JM Finn is pleased to announce that John Eastgate has joined JM Finn’s London office, following the completion of his contractual notice period with his previous employer.

Markets continue to enjoy something of a spring-like quality. US and European shares have been hitting new highs, as have some of those in the Emerging Markets arena, while our own market is not in…

Volatility returned to global markets as Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un squared-up to each other in the late summer and, at the point of writing, neither leader is showing much willing to compromise.

Given the heightened tension on the Korean peninsular, you might have thought that those traders back from their summer holidays would be heading for the hills.

Benjamin Graham is the closest thing that the modern investment profession has to a founding father. Graham was born in London in 1894 but grew up and spent the majority of his life as a New Yorker.