When investing in funds you can choose to go ‘active’ or ‘passive’. But there’s a third option, says John Stepek. And it offers the worst of both worlds.
This fund, based on the principles that MoneyWeek has long espoused, has turned out an outstanding performance.
A recent report suggested more active fund managers beat their benchmark last year. Have they got better at their jobs? Sarah Moore investigates.
How have the best funds you might have invested in over the last 15 years performed? Natalie Stanton takes a look.
Brave fund managers who follow a focused strategy are rare. David C Stevenson looks at two examples in the investment trust world.
The exit of Daniel Godfrey from the Investment Association is a set back in the fight to make fund fees more transparent. Sarah Moore explains.
While some critics dismiss ethical investing as naive, this fund has shown that it can be a winning strategy.
European Central Bank boss Mario Draghi has been dropping hints he may speed up the printing presses. Matthew Partridge explains why, and reveals the best way to profit.
Should you buy an active fund, a tracker, or perhaps a ‘smart beta’ mix of the two? David C Stevenson investigates.
Vietnam is powering ahead – smart investors will pile in while it’s still attractively priced, says Rupert Foster.
A rebellion by fund managers shows just whose interests they’re serving, says Marina Gerner.