Bubbles and how to spot them - Sign up for our webinar

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Ruffer is hosting an online event at the start of December, in which we will be discussing financial bubbles. The title of the webinar is ‘bubbles and how to spot them’. We will explore some of the financial manias that have emerged through history: they have made many fortunes and had a dramatic impact when they have burst. What are the characteristics of a bubble and what can we learn from past events? We will assess whether any of this can help us to spot a potential bubble in the future and, crucially, look at how can we protect against the aftermath when they unravel.

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We will be running the event twice: at 7.30am (BST) on Tuesday 1 December 2020, and at 3.00pm on Wednesday 2 December 2020. If you might be interested in attending, the link above will direct you to a registration page through which you can select the time that suits you. The seminars will be held on Zoom, and will be chaired by Emma Varley, an Investment Director at Ruffer. She will be joined by Lauren French, an Investment Director, and Jon Dye, our Head of Research. They will present for 30 minutes, followed by a Q&A session allowing guests to ask questions. We hope you are be able to join us.

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