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The Fleet Street Letter is the oldest investment letter in Britain. As editor, Charlie Morris follows such esteemed predecessors as founder Patrick Maitland, the 17th Earl of Lauderdale… Nigel Wray, the British business tycoon… and the late Lord William Rees-Mogg, former editor of The Times.

Since its foundation in the 1930s, The Fleet Street Letter has a track record of pinpointing the big turning points in history, and helping British investors steer their wealth through them successfully.

In 1938, for example, after a fact-finding mission in Germany, Maitland predicted war in Europe within a year. Everyone else was in denial. “Appeasement will not work,” he warned… “War is coming to Europe, but not until September at the earliest.”

On 1 September 1939, Hitler invaded Poland, swiftly instigating the war Maitland had foretold. It was the first – but by no means last – major world event The Fleet Street Letter correctly anticipated.

Charlie Morris is a worthy successor. After a career as an officer in the Grenadier Guards, Charlie spent 17 years as the head of absolute return at HSBC, managing more than $3 billion in client funds. His fund made a cumulative return of more than 100% between 2003 and 2015 – thanks to a habit of getting the big calls right…

  • He got into emerging markets and gold in 2003 ahead of the boom, which pushed these sectors up five times over…
  • Into Apple in 2005 at $5 per share. Today one share of Apple stock will set you back $95.21…
  • Into crude oil in September 2007 at $60 per barrel ahead of the super spike to $140…
  • Out of gold in Jan 2013 ahead of the crash…

Now, Charlie’s HSBC fund required a minimum £500,000 investment, but you can access his expertise in The Fleet Street Letter for a fraction of that price.

Charlie is also an authority on gold, cryptocurrencies and momentum investing.


Risk warning
Your capital is at risk when you invest in shares – you can lose some or all of your money, so never risk more than you can afford to lose. Past performance and forecasts are not reliable indicators of future results. Bid/ offer spreads, commissions, fees and other charges can reduce returns from investments. There is no guarantee dividends will be paid. The FCA does not regulate certain activities, this includes the buying and selling of Bitcoin.
Profits from share dealing are a form of capital gain and subject to taxation. Tax treatment depends on individual circumstances and may be subject to change in the future.
Investment Director: Charlie Morris. Editors or contributors may have an interest in shares recommended. Information and opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of other editors/contributors of Southbank Investment Research Limited. Full details of our complaints procedure and terms and conditions can be found on our website, southbankresearch.com.
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