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The fastest Bear market in history?

The US market bottomed (at least initially) on the 23rd of March 2020 following a 31.9% decline from its peak 5 weeks ago. Modern financial history only goes back about 120 years, so if we take that as our guide, the table below from William O'Neil & Co. shows...

Renewable energy growth – the wind of change

In the same week that a disastrous meeting between OPEC and Russia hit the price of oil, the UK government announced it would lift a ban on onshore-wind and solar from competing in subsidy auctions. The approximate 30% slide in the oil price was a reminder of how...

50 shades of green…

The EU Taxonomy is a legal classification framework being introduced in stages, to help define what is (and isn't) a sustainable economic activity. It will require companies to make new disclosures on the extent to which their activities are associated with...

Sustainable FOMO!

“The tipping point is that magic moment when an idea, trend, or social behaviour crosses a threshold, tips and spreads like wildfire”Source - Malcom Gladwell, Tipping Point In the four years that we have been talking about our global sustainable equity strategy, our...

“You don’t own enough windmills!”

It's a comment that was made to us recently in a meeting with a prospective client. It's also occasionally inferred in some commentary from other clients. So first, let's set the record straight……. We like windmills! But. It’s a tough business to be in right now (see...

The dirty myth about clean vehicles

“There is at least one truth to every myth. And it takes one truth to create a lie. Lies can be created from truths, but truths cannot be created from lies.” Suzy Kassem Can it be true that electric vehicles have higher emissions than their internal combustion engine...

Big Steaks in Davos

Last week Davos 2020 celebrated its 50th birthday. The world’s top Chief Executives and decision makers were flown in on their private jets to discuss the devastating effects of climate change and social inequality, whilst washing an appropriately sized steak (they...

Hold on a SEC

Recent press articles would have you believe the Proxy Voting Agencies, such as ISS and Glass Lewis are hugely powerful entities determined to bring the corporate world to its knees(!) by forcing institutions to vote against director reappointments and pay for no...

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