Drawing on the principles of the Slow Movement, which advocates a return to local, sustainable ways of living, Slow Finance reveals the true scale of the imbalances within the world equity markets, in the context of the trends of the last 20 years. Slow Finance draws direct parallels between the adverse effects of globalisation on food production, and those of the investment world. Rather than acting as disengaged speculators hoping to get lucky, this book argues that it is now in our interests to return to straightforward 'slow movement truths such as local investment and organic growth. Slow Finance will help readers who are managing their pension fund or their savings to articulate why investment capital should be redirected from the bubble markets of China and Eastern Europe to domestic businesses, in the process boosting local growth and employment.

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