Christopher Teschmacher

Fund Manager

Christopher Teschmacher
Chris is something of a perfectionist which may explain the raft of automated spreadsheets ensuring charts are properly formatted to Teschmacher® standards. Having become the resident quiz master, he keeps his colleagues on their toes with a steady stream of investment trivia. This worldly Dutchman has wanderlust in his blood – he was born in Australia and has lived in London, New York and Paris. He has since settled in London with his young family, although regular trips to the South of France suggest that ambitions to become a vineyard owner are still strong.

Other articles by Christopher Teschmacher

Uncertainty abounds
Markets and economics

Uncertainty abounds

With geopolitical tension rising, we consider a fundamental choice confronting investors, and wha...
By Tim DraysonChristopher TeschmacherChristopher Jeffery
28 May 2024
6 min read
Meme stocks are back – what does it mean for markets?
Christopher Teschmacher
Markets and economics

Meme stocks are back – what does it mean for markets?

As GameStop* and AMC* return to the headlines, we highlight why we think the 'meme stock'...
By Christopher Teschmacher
21 May 2024
4 min read
Chart of the month: Could the ‘Magnificent 7’ become the ‘Fabulous 5’?
Markets and economics

Chart of the month: Could the ‘Magnificent 7’ become the ‘Fabulous 5’?

Leading US stocks have seen divergent fortunes of late, as investors assess the capex cost of AI.
By Robert GriffithsChristopher Teschmacher
09 May 2024
2 min read
Should investors resist the siren song of cash?
Investment strategy

Should investors resist the siren song of cash?

In recent months there is one question we have been asked time and time again. Why stay invested...
By Isabella HughesChristopher Teschmacher
31 Jan 2024
4 min read
Chart of the month: The siren song of UK cash rates
Christopher Teschmacher
Markets and economics

Chart of the month: The siren song of UK cash rates

Domestic cash rates have risen sharply, so should investors shelter from the volatility of other...
By Christopher Teschmacher
06 Dec 2023
1 min read
Chart of the month: US rates – how insensitive is insensitive?
Christopher Teschmacher
Markets and economics

Chart of the month: US rates – how insensitive is insensitive?

We've made the case for some time that the US would be likely to be less sensitive to interest...
By Christopher Teschmacher
01 Nov 2023
1 min read
Chart of the month: a tipping point for index equity funds
Christopher Teschmacher
Markets and economics

Chart of the month: a tipping point for index equity funds

After more than a decade of steady growth, assets in index equity funds now account for more than...
By Christopher Teschmacher
02 Oct 2023
1 min read
Chart of the month: what we talk about when we talk about inflation
Christopher Teschmacher
Markets and economics

Chart of the month: what we talk about when we talk about inflation

Continued tightness in the labour market has led to sticky inflation in less scalable parts of th...
By Christopher Teschmacher
03 Jul 2023
1 min read
Chart of the month: the bull and the bear
Christopher Teschmacher
Markets and economics

Chart of the month: the bull and the bear

What's behind the huge performance differential between the NASDAQ and the Hang Seng Tech indices?
By Christopher Teschmacher
01 Jun 2023
1 min read

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Tim Drayson

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Christopher Jeffery

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