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Our columnist has bought into US equities and is happy to ignore the doom-mongers
Our new columnist sets out his investment stall and reveals he still has faith in UK stocks
The numbers are hokum, the clients are left in the dark and the real world impact is negligible anyway
Plus, are Japan’s responsible business traditions still working?
If we do not disentangle the industry’s dual meanings, it will not progress
Plus, how satellites are bringing us groundbreaking emissions data
Stuart Kirk attacks ‘cancel culture’ as he resigns over reaction to provocative speech
Plus, green Spacs: where are they now?
Republican asks whether British bank was pressured over response to climate remarks
The Stuart Kirk spat reveals the profound level of uncertainty that makes global warming unlike any other public policy problem
Stuart Kirk also claimed central banks designed climate stress tests to obtain alarming results
Companies with intangible capital are more likely to be strong performers
A statistical tool can help stockpickers who do not want to be caught unawares
Better productivity growth would challenge the consensus late-cycle hypothesis
I was too negative when writing about Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google years ago
The more accurate the calculations, the better mitigation response can be
Investors can make great returns in stocks over many years even as rates rise
Technology creates a regulatory minefield and demands a revamp of reporting requirements
Fund houses must recognise the weaknesses of ESG and embrace dissent, says Stuart Kirk
Demand more than doubles in times of uncertainty such as Brexit or Trump’s victory