Premier Miton Gervais Williams talks Biden, Inflation, Gold and Cryptocurrencies (Interview)

Premier Miton Investors plc (LON:PMI) Head of Equities, Gervais Williams discusses the potential impact of the extra US expenditure that’s planned, inflationary pressures and gold mining and with cryptocurrency prices rising does this really impact gold?

Premier Miton Investors manage a range of funds and investment trusts. Its investment teams pursue an enlightened, collaborative approach that prioritises communication and discussion over bureaucracy and box-ticking. They don’t have a “house” view, which means your investments are managed by talented investment managers who are given the relevant freedom to think independently, because they believe this approach produces better investment outcomes for clients. This flexible approach encourages looking further and digging deeper for good investment ideas and to think smarter.

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