Raging Bull Awards the focus of February issue of IOL MONEY
The February edition of IOL MONEY digital magazine showcases the “Oscars” of the investment industry: the Raging Bull Awards. The awards are made annually for performance to the end of the previous year (in this case 2020).
In a break with the past as a consequence of Covid-19, the Raging Bull Awards ceremony, which has traditionally been a glittering black-tie gala dinner, took the form of a stylish video presentation, which was broadcast on Tuesday, February 2.
A special tabloid supplement ran in the following Saturday’s newspapers, and the content therein has formed the basis of this special edition of MONEY, which highlights the winning managers and funds.
In the investment industry they say that past performance is no guarantee of future performance. It’s essential that you bear this in mind when investing. On the other hand, how can one judge a fund manager’s skill other than on his or her past performance? It’s on past performance that reputations in any profession rise or fall. Take medicine: you are more likely to choose a surgeon with a reputation for successful operations than one just out of medical school or one who has notched up some failures.
Congratulations to our worthy fund winners and to the South African Manager of the Year, Ninety One, runners-up Mi-Plan and H4 Collective Investments, and to the Offshore Manager of the Year, T Rowe Price.
You can view IOL MONEY and download it for free at http://bit.ly/IOLMoneyFeb21
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