Longview is a pioneering independent financial markets research house. We deliver rigorous market analysis, simplify complex macro trends and deliver lucid trading and investment advice. Our global clients are embraced as partners. Longview’s market analysis and research has consistently added alpha over the last 10 years and we are proud of our track record.
Chris Watling founded Longview Economics in 2003 with a desire to produce research that was independent, courageous and relevant to every investor type. Chris has been obsessed with markets and generating intelligent investment advice since beginning his career at Cazenove in 1994. Prior to that, he trained at KPMG in London. Longview has built relationships with over 150 clients across the globe and are constantly seeking to deliver cutting edge market analysis and trading ideas.
Harry Colvin is a Director and Senior Market Strategist at Longview Economics. He specialises in global asset allocation, macro themes, and commodities. He has built and developed Longview's commodity research process, timing models, trade recommendations and research products. Harry travels extensively, meeting clients, speaking at conferences and hosting economic debates.
Euan Brown is an Economics & Markets Analyst at Longview Economics. He specialises in global macro analysis and in generating actionable trade recommendations. He has helped build and improve Longview’s suite of in-house trading models and plays a key role in developing the strategy behind macro trade recommendations across currencies, rates, commodities, and bonds.
Brad Waddington is an Economics and Markets Analyst at Longview Economics. He specialises in commodities, and has driven the research process behind the Commodity Fundamentals Reports for the past several years. Brad has helped build and develop Longview’s in-house commodity research process, including fundamental models and analytical methods. His focus is on the drivers of oil, gold, copper, and iron ore prices, as well as green energy themes such as the take-up of electric vehicles, and the growth of wind & solar energy.