The Tim Steer interview: Accountancy, stock analysis and Pink Floyd

by Richard Hunter from interactive investor |

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Richard Hunter, interactive investor’s head of markets, talks to Tim Steer, the ex-fund manager, highly rated investment analyst and former Pink Floyd sound engineer, about his best-selling book The Signs Were There. 

Among other things, Tim reveals the only number you can trust in a set of company results, and the first thing you should read when the report is published.

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