David vs Goliath: taking on the fund industry

David vs Goliath: taking on the fund industry

Posted on: 3 October 2014

The first of a ten part series entitled How to Win the Loser's Game that challenges the accepted wisdom from one of the wealthiest industries in the world. According to Sensible Investing TV:

"Most of what we see and hear about how to invest comes from either the fund industry or the financial media - both of which have their own agendas. This landmark documentary is an attempt to redress the balance.

Nine months in the making, How to Win the Loser’s Game aims to provide ordinary investors with the information they need to achieve their investment goals. It includes contributions from some of the biggest names and brightest minds in the investing world."

The aim, they write, is to "help us to build a better, fairer and more transparent investment industry for all."

The documentary is being released weekly until the full length film will be available online from the first week of November. The rest of the film can be watched at Sensible Investing TV.

How to Win the Loser's Game in the press:

Sensible Investing slams fund management industry - FT Adviser

British Documentary skewers active management - Huffington Post Business

 


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