Lawton on Markets

independent financial market commentary from 
William J. P. Lawton
(higher returns, lower risk, helping people)

On Lawton:

Financial times logo on independent financialLawton on Maket blog

Opportunity

The FT of London highlighted Lawton as able to provide opportunities in Asia due to his position as adviser to The People's Bank of China, a JV with a top 10 China state owned enterprise, and many other connections in Asia. 

Click the logos/pictures for the linked documents

Business Mirror Logo on independent financial blog Lawton on Makets

Performance 

"Bill Lawton is ...one of the world’s smartest investors- gauged by his investment performance.  His macro fund was up over 16% in 2008.  Even more impressive is the fund he conceived and launched in China which is up over 1,000% since its launch less than four years ago."

Philippines Cabinet logo on independent financial blog Lawton on Makets

Endorsed

Lawton's investment program "endorsed for nationwide implementation" by the Office of the President of the Philippines.

Malaysian Government Logo on independent financial blog Lawton on Makets

Trusted

Trusted by Teraju, Office of the Prime Minister of Malaysia, which "fully supports initiatives of Seagate Global Capital,"  that Lawton designed. 

SIGN UP AND STAY UPDATED!

 

Disclosures

Lawton on Markets (LoM) is a private blog site authored by William Lawton.  The goal of LoM is to help investors better harness the power of financial markets to increase returns and lower risk while making a positive contribution to society. There is no guarantee this goal will be met.  LoM is not part of  Seagate Global Advisors LLC, Seagate Global Wealth Management LLC, Seagate Global Capital Sdn Bhd, or any other member of the Seagate Global Group.  The opinions expressed are those of the author alone.  LoM does not provide investment advice, recommend securities or offer to buy or sell securities.  Any past investment performance cited is presented as supplemental  information only. Important investment performance footnotes are included in the source documents. Past performance is no guarantee of future returns.