Far-sighted foresight

Stenham has made quite a skill out of making decisive and far-sighted decisions at the right time. Back in 1987 when long-only markets headed south, Stenham's management decided to forego long-only completely in favour of multi-manager hedge fund portfolios.

When many still laid wreaths on the 'death-bed' of inflation, Stenham was preparing for the potential for inflation's resurrection, and noting the protective FoHF-linked measures investors could take to ward against it. (See Edwin Wulfsohn,

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