Chris Bailey has 18 years of investment industry experience at long-only and long-short institutions as a macroeconomic strategist and communicator, global multiasset fund manager and, in the earlier part of his career, as a securities and fund analyst.
He advocates the fusion of top-down and bottom-up analysis, believing that an understanding of both aspects is the only way to get a full view of global investment opportunities across equity, bond and alternative investment markets.
His daily macroeconomic comment and securities analysis with relevance for global investors are posted at www.financialorbit.com.
Chris graduated from the University of Exeter with a master of arts postgraduate degree in Finance and Investment in 1996.
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What's really needed is full-blown quantitative easing.
Economic data out of Europe and Japan were very poor today, but there are still opportunities out there.
The world's largest mining company announces a break-up -- and this is good news for investors especially as the stock market has marked the shares down today.
Gold mining stocks have generally had a difficult last few years but Randgold Resource's successes make it stand out
Toyota is a global automotive manufacturer but its bigger production footprint in Japan plus continuing cost cutting and efficiency initiatives makes it an interesting name in the auto sector
Yum! Brands is the owner of several fast food chains and is in the perfect spot to benefit from its global position.
The latest European Central Bank meeting highlighted how the European economy remains a mess. This has an impact for both the upcoming second quarter earnings and global foreign exchange rates.
Here's why a dull, shorter-term earnings outlook was not the most important comment from Philip Morris International at its Investor meeting in Switzerland.
Expectations matter in investments. Recently, Coach and Smith & Wesson showed how too much optimism and too much pessimism potentially creates opportunity for investors.
General Electric shareholders should not worry if the company loses out in its bid for France's Alstom -- in fact, it could be a blessing in disguise.
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