David Jane: The opportunity in post-truth financial markets

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David Jane: "Now, in order to gain attention, information is often packaged with high levels of opinion or noise."
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David Jane: "Now, in order to gain attention, information is often packaged with high levels of opinion or noise."

The abundance of news and media speculation has become a challenge for some investors, writes David Jane, underlining the importance of focusing on the data and avoiding any kind of emotional overlay

One of the biggest challenges we face as investors is trying to determine what information is relevant and what is opinion, speculation or worse. Over the past few years - most likely because of improved...

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