Inside Money

Inside Money

Andrew Pitts is Money Observer's Associate Editor. He joined the title in 1994 and was Editor from May 1998 until September 2015. Andrew was named Best Financial Consumer Journalist in 2003 and 2008 by the Association of Investment Companies. In 2015 the AIC paid tribute to his work on Money Observer with a Long-term Contribution to the Investment Company Industry award.

  • Even sober souls are excited about Japan
    March 26, 2012 15:46

    Editor Andrew Pitts explains why now is the time to be enticed back to Japan.

  • Prime steak or spam fritters?
    February 17, 2012 12:44

    Andrew Pitts assesses whether, in an environment of depressed bond yields, equities are now back on the menu.

  • A surge is as likely as muddle or mayhem
    January 25, 2012 15:27

    In an unsure economic climate, Andrew Pitts advises investors back actively-managed multi-asset funds and trusts.

  • Equities are better value
    March 24, 2011 10:54

    In search of decent investment returns we are told to buy low and sell high. This usually means being able to call the inflection points in markets for financial assets. April's cover story goes into more detail about this.

  • Bulls to the slaughter
    July 26, 2010 15:50

    Three months ago, before the eurozone crisis hit the financial markets, I warned that stock markets were being ‘irrational’ and that ‘shares are priced for a far more rosy future than is likely’.