This time last year, my single wish for 2017 was that greater empathy would enter the human consciousness and become manifest in areas such as modernity, immigration and free trade.
Nevertheless, as the holiday season approaches once more, our thoughts again turn to wishes — what we wish for ourselves, our family and friends, and for the coming year. As investors we recognise, of course, that success stems from disciplined management, often tinged with contrarian scepticism. But, lest we be labelled Grinch, we, too, permit ourselves the odd wish at this time of year.
So here are three things that I, as an investor, wish for in 2018.
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