When it comes to investing in equities, the fund manager’s style matters, says David C Stevenson.
There are two main types of fund out there for investors to invest in. Merryn Somerset Webb explains how they work, and which is her favourite.
Some entrepreneurs see the imbalance of supply and demand in housing as an opportunity. But investors should be cautious, says Max King.
Many fund managers don’t believe in meeting the management of the firms they invest in, says Sarah Moore. Others, however, take the opposite approach.
This exceptional fund has delivered strong returns while still managing to limit losses in bear markets, says Max King.
Many investors hope to beat the market by trading in and out of index funds and ETFs. But that’s a bad idea. Passive investing should be just that: passive.
Max King picks a real estate investment rust that aims to tap in to the growth of online retail and warehousing.
Buy this value fund and you’ll get an experienced stockpicker with real expertise, skin in the game, a great track record, and low charges.
Forestry has performed well in recent years, enjoying annual returns of 18% over the past decade. But is it a sound investment? Sarah Moore reports.
Buy-to-let has lost its appeal due to tax changes. Max King looks at the best real-estate investment trusts (Reits) to buy instead.
There are some things to be aware of when buying ETFs, says John Stepek, as problems with one popular fund earlier this month revealed.
Index provider S&P releases an annual “scorecard” rating how active funds compare to passive funds, says John Stepek. This year was worse than usual.