He’s the author of several books: Money Makers, Investing With Anthony Bolton and Templeton’s Way with Money and editor/co-publisher with Harriman House of several others.
A former columnist on the Independent and the Financial Times, he is a regular contributor to The Spectator and Money Week and recently launched his own newsletter The Investment Reader. Jonathan is a qualified member of the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investments and an investment trust non-executive director.
Jonathan’s latest book is The Investment Trusts Handbook 2019, described as a must-have compendium which provides investors of all kinds with a wide range of insights into how to invest in investment trusts – often referred to as the City’s best-kept secret.
With 25 articles by more than a dozen different authors, including analysts, fund managers and investment writers, and edited by independent financial author and expert Jonathan Davis, the handbook is an indispensable companion for anyone looking to invest in the investment trusts arena.
Contributors to the book include Peter Spiller, John Baron, Robin Angus, Alex Wright, Charles Cade, Max King and many more.
Here’s my conversation with Jonathan Davis, editor of The Investment Trusts Handbook 2019, in episode 402 of Informed Choice Radio.