The Professional Investor Podcast – episode 2

How Do You Construct An Investment Portfolio?

The Professional Investor is a podcast series which goes inside the mind of a UK based professional investor. It explores; the secrets of asset management, gives the inside scoop on the latest developments from the front line of the investment industry as well as analysis and opinion on what is going on in the economy.

In Episode 2 of The Professional Investor Podcast; Chris Boxall will explore how a professional investor constructs an investment portfolio. Chris is co-founder and portfolio manager at Fundamental Asset Management.

Chris will talk about:

    • His strategic investment approach
    • Risk
    • Research
    • The key criteria he looks for in a company
    • His strategy around diversification – including a sector he stays away from
    • Some of the challenges there are in the market at present

Links & Resources:

Chris Boxall on LinkedIn

Fundamental Asset Management on LinkedIn

Follow Fundamental Asset on Twitter

Fundamental education webinars

Disclaimer: This podcast, all opinions and information are for educational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice. Trading and investing carries a high level of risk and are not right for everyone. If you need financial advice, consult with a regulated financial adviser in your country before making any decisions.


Fundamental’s AIM IHT ISA and General portfolio is a discretionary investment management service where clients can obtain 100% mitigation from Inheritance Tax, benefit from the capital growth and income afforded by the AIM market and retain control of their assets.

You can find out more about AIM ISAs here: ‘AIM ISA Explained’.

Fundamental now offers its standard AIM IHT Growth Portfolio, as well as its newer AIM IHT Income Portfolio service.

All portfolios are managed by the same team of managers and researchers that have delivered exceptional returns since the firm’s founding in 2004.

You can find out more from the link here or by contacting [email protected] or calling 01923 713894.