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Simon Holman
Partner at Castlefield, Manager of Castlefield B.E.S.T Income Fund and heading up our Ethical Investment Service. Views my own not Castlefield's.
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Simon Holman 23m
Replying to @gormdave
Good stuff Dave! How was your time? Any team post-race celebrations?
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Simon Holman 5h
👍 I do wish I was running it with you all today. Know the team will do us all proud though 🏃
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Simon Holman 8h
Good luck to our colleagues running in this today. First time I've heard these inspirational comments too 👊
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Simon Holman May 26
Body back in Manchester, mind still in Philadelphia! Great conference & pleasure to meet among others
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Simon Holman May 26
Replying to @johnauthers
And therein, perhaps, lies the answer to the bulls' claim that this market is hated and so can keep going?
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Simon Holman May 25
Long Dong Energy, Short Ineos is the trade for the future
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Simon Holman May 25
Strangely hypnotic slow tv
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Simon Holman May 25
Replying to @EmployeeOwned
I'm very much looking forward to looking through the nominations when the time comes. So much great work going on in our sector.
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Simon Holman May 25
I'm doubly honoured to have been invited to be a judge this year to follow on from joining the Membership Council.
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Simon Holman May 25
This is a great initiative, particularly in light of poor gender diversity stats discussed at conference this week
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Simon Holman retweeted
Barack Obama May 25
Through faith, love, and resolve the character of the people of Manchester has shown itself. Our thoughts & prayers are with you.
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Simon Holman May 24
Replying to @Simon_Holman
Government 2-yr bond yields are negative for more than half of the developed world
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Simon Holman May 24
Replying to @Simon_Holman
Abby Joseph Cohen - nonetheless, markets are NOT overvalued. It is bonds that are overvalued
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Simon Holman May 24
Replying to @Simon_Holman
Markets are priced for things to continue to go well.....
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Simon Holman May 24
Replying to @Simon_Holman
Major markets have performed well but in line with their economies by and large. Stocks are not incredibly cheap as in 09
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Simon Holman May 24
Replying to @Simon_Holman
Abby Joseph Cohen - concerned about low levels of realised volatility. It is not predictive. Worry about valuations
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Simon Holman May 24
Replying to @Simon_Holman
Abby Joseph Cohen - Number of degrees in science gone from 25% to 7%
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Simon Holman May 24
Replying to @Simon_Holman
US government commitment to R&D has gone down materially and risks going down more with proposed budget
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Simon Holman May 24
Replying to @Simon_Holman
US federal budget deficit meaningfully smaller than other times in history e.g. 3% vs. average 5% in Reagan years
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Simon Holman May 24
Replying to @Simon_Holman
Various reasons for that shrinkage but main point is govt spending in US is now on increase again - Abby Joseph Cohen
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