Tim Lee provides insights into the workings of the stock market bubble of 1995-2000 and the implications for the future. He argues that the bubble of the dot.com era reveals far more than has been realised. Deep seated flaws in the whole investment process used by the big fund managers are increasingly coming to light, as well as mistakes by policy makers and central banks. He suggests that in the future, inflation will return and the US dollar will inevitably collapse. Tim Lee was right at the centre of the boom and should have much of value to say to professional investors as well as anybody trying to understand this and the long term consequences.
TIM LEE has 21 years experience working as an economist and economic strategist in asset management, including 9 years in Hong Kong where he specialised in far eastern economies and 12 years in the City of London as a European and US/global economist. His career has been spent with respected global fund management companies, including GT Management and INVESCO. He has an excellent track record in forecasting developments relevant to the financial markets and is the author of the highly regarded book, Economics for Professional Investors.