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The bulk of my career was as a fund manager on Wall Street. I now teach investment strategy. It has always been my belief that when markets are in turmoil, as they are now, it is imprudent to invest based on corporate fundamentals or on market trends. Rather, the wise investor invests in investing. Most wise investors call it dollar cost averaging and in the long run it is a winning strategy that is far better than putting your money under the mattress.
The genius of Rowan Williams is in using Indaba to invest in investment. When the turmoil ends the Anglican Communion will be strong.
Maybe Indaba should continue well after Lambeth.