Real Name: Tim Price

Occupation: Company Director, Consultant

Interests: Bonds, Economics, International Stocks, Stocks

About Me:

Tim Price is Director of Investment at PFP Wealth Management in London. Tim Price graduated with a BA in English Language and Literature from Christ Church, Oxford University, in 1991, and entered the City as a bond salesman. Having worked at Paribas Capital Markets and Merrill Lynch International, in 2001 he helped to set up an award-winning investment management department at private bank Ansbacher & Co.

Tim has been shortlisted in the Private Asset Managers Awards programme for five successive years, and was a winner in 2005 in the category of Defensive Investment Performance. In 2007 he was nominated in the inaugural Spear’s Wealth Management Survey’s High Net Worth Awards in the category of Asset Manager of the Year.
Tim writes a weekly investment commentary which is freely available to clients. He also writes widely for the financial press and has recently written or featured in The Economist, The Financial Times, Investors Chronicle, and the Wall Street Journal. He is a regular contributor to Money Week magazine.


Aspiring to spark an informed debate about investment markets, value and absolute returns.

Web Address:

Address: PFP Group, Lion House, Red Lion St

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Tim Price's Latest Blogs

“We?ve all heard that a million monkeys banging on a million typewriters will eventually produce the entire works of Shakespeare. Now, thanks to the Internet, we know this is not true.” Robert Wilensky (attributed). It’s difficult to say precisely which was the most fatuous dotcom era business debacle. The turn of the millennium was a target-rich environment. The short-lived Webvan (online grocery) was pretty notorious,…

“Give me control of a nation?s money and I care not who makes her laws.” - Mayer Amschel Rothschild. Alan Greenspan was one of the most over-rated Fed chairmen in history. (This coinage is admittedly akin to the phrase “one of the greediest bankers”; Bob Woodward even titled his biography of Greenspan „Maestro? – one eagerly awaits his biography of Hitler, which will presumably be…

"It was vintage Muammar Qaddafi. After a blood-soaked week of unrest, Libya's leader delivered a rambling, hectoring, fist-pounding speech on February 22nd. He blasted the popular uprising that has left hundreds dead and torn much of the vast north African nation from his grasp as the work of drug addicts and agents of al-Qaeda and America. He shouted that he would never surrender and ordered…

"Bristol Crown Court heard how almost 10,000 people booked to visit the brothers' Lapland New Forest attraction.. in the run-up to Christmas 2008. They were lured by promises of a "magical tunnel of light", a "bustling Christmas market" filled with log cabins covered in snow, and Father Christmas himself at the centre.. But instead of entering through the gates of a place "where dreams really…

On February 2, 2011 Martin Gray, Manager of the CF Miton Special Situations Fund, spoke with Tim Price and Killian Connolly of PFP Wealth Management. A transcript of the interview follows.    Tim Price: Is the financial crisis over ? Martin Gray: I?m still pretty cautious. I?ve positioned the portfolio fairly defensively as we?ve gone through this crisis, and I?m happy to stay reasonably defensive in…

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