Julian joined Platinum in 2001 as an investment analyst, but then left in 2002 to travel the world.
Upon returning he spent eight years working in metals and.. More
While it may seem like the right time to go passive, Platinum's Julian McCormack observes that markets don't go up in straight lines forever.
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