Gone A.W.O.L. – London is calling

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awolI will find myself in London over the next week, visiting a number of fund managers, business partners Pimco and David Fuller (author of the daily FullerMoney newsletter who is regularly quoted on this site). This is my first visit to London in two years and I am looking forward to experiencing first-hand how the country, and the City specifically, is coping in the post-crisis environment.

Blog posting will be slow (and totally absent on some days) while I am on the road. The normal blogging service will be resumed on my return to Cape Town on May 24. You have my guarantee on this, as blogging (and running) provide me with a can’t-do-without adrenalin boost.

I have one request while traveling: please do not unsubscribe as readers so often do when I travel and don’t post for a few days. This is just a temporary reallocation of my time and not the end of my blogging efforts!

Drinks at the bar
For those Investment Postcards readers that have expressed an interest in joining me for drinks during an informal get-together in the West End on Friday, May 21, the details were e-mailed to you a few days ago. If you have not done so yet, please confirm as soon as possible whether you will be attending. It is always a treat to meet readers in person and I am keen to spend some leisure time with you.

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