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Anthony Bolton left Cambridge University with a degree in engineering to start a career in the City. In 1979, aged 29, he was recruited by Fidelity, the international fund management group, as one of its first London-based investment managers, a move that proved to be the launch of a long and successful career as an investment manager. In surveys of professional investors, he is regularly voted ... Read more on Anthony Bolton
Jonathan Davis is one of the UK’s leading writers on investment. A professionally qualified investor, he is the author of three books about investment, has written regular columns for the Financial Times and The Spectator, podcasts for the Money Makers website (www.money-makers.co) and is an adviser to investment companies. His website is at: www.independent-investor.com.
Fidelity's quiet contrarianRobert Budden, Financial Times24th June 2006Read more
a fascinating and often surprising readJohn Authers, Financial Times13th November 2006Read more
What's Special about Special Situations Funds?Christopher J. Traulsen, Morningstar12th February 2008Read more
Anthony Bolton, China and the Art of Stock-Picking- Stockopedia24th January 2012Read more
"In the wake of Anthony Bolton's tremendous success at Fidelity Special Situations, the "Special Situations" label has been applied to a raft of UK Equity funds. 'Investing with Anthony Bolton; ...Read more