Investment optimism for 2021: vaccines, inflation and energy storage

James Mahon, manager of Church House Tenax Absolute Return Strategies, tells us why he’s optimistic for 2021 [0:30] despite market volatility [2:30], vaccine hurtles for Europe [3:20] and the perception of inflation on the market [10:58]. James then shares fund updates on Diago and Heathrow holdings [4:22], energy storage opportunities [6:00] and SONIA [8:06].

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