Alpesh Patel OBE has represented the United Kingdom since 1999 when the Prime Minister appointed him as dealmaker to The Department for International Trade to bring outstanding tech companies to the UK, which solve the world's biggest problems. Mr. Patel left being a barrister to educate people on financial literacy for social mobility and co-founded the UK chapter of the world's largest entrepreneur mentoring organisation (Tie.org). He is a private equity and hedge fund founder with a focus on cleantech, sustainability, and social impact. Mr. Patel has his own dedicated shows on Bloomberg & Sky, is a CNBC co-host, and has spent five years as a Financial Times columnist.
The Ukraine war and China's lockdowns had devastating consequences on the global economy, states Alpesh Patel, OBE, member of the UK Dept. for International Trade.
A bear trap is a false signal in the market that suggests a sudden reversal in the price trend is about to occur when in reality, the price will continue to decline, states Alpesh Patel, OBE, member of the UK Dept. for International Trade.
The stock market has taken a beating in 2022, following a spectacular run in 2021, states Alpesh Patel, OBE, member of the UK Dept. for International Trade.
Hedge Fund CEO Alpesh Patel met and interviewed leading hedge fund managers, then the Financial Times published it—what do the winning traders have in common that will work in these volatile markets?
There are 9,000 companies but only 15 should be in your portfolio. Join Financial Times competition winner, Alpesh Patel, OBE, for a discussion on how to filter the best stocks. During the session he will also touch on why fund managers often under-perform and what the research shows works best when it comes to investing over the years.