David C Stevenson has been cautiously bullish on emerging markets since the end of last year. Now it seems that more mainstream investors are coming around too. Here, he picks the best funds to buy.
With-profits funds have returned with all the their old problems, says Merryn Somerset Webb. A gimmick-free managed fund is a better bet.
Neil Woodford is arguably Britain’s most successful working fund manager. And for investors, his fund holds a few surprises.
India’s growth potential is huge. And if new prime minister Narendra Modi can tap into it, this fund stands to profit.
The list of holdings in Neil Woodford’s new fund can teach investors a lot about how to construct a portfolio, says David Thornton.
Terry Smith has launched a new investment trust – but does it pass my three-question test? asks David C Stevenson.
Neil Woodford recently revealed the top ten holdings in the new Woodford Equity Income fund. Now he’s gone one step further and announced the holdings in full.
This specialist investment vehicle offers the security of a blue-chip stock with returns you’ll only find ‘off the beaten track’, says Bengt Saelensminde.
Indonesia’s close-run elections have unsettled investors. But this US-listed fund is still a buy for the long term.
These days, a fund manager’s job isn’t just to make money, says David Thornton. It’s increasingly to ensure that the businesses they invest in are well run.
Cloud computing stands to transform the tech sector. This fund offers investors a great way to buy in.