There’s no sense in handing 1%-2% plus fees to fund managers when a cheap tracker gets results, says Stephen Connolly.
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.
John Stepek talks to fund manager Charlie Morris about when you should use an active fund over a passive fund.
Max King takes a look at the insurance sector, and tips some of the best funds to put your money in now.
Britain’s fund-management industry is massive. Yet the industry resembles a cosy oligopoly.
For many investors, passive funds are a better option than active funds. But if you do want an active fund, how do you pick a good one? John Stepek explains.
Now that the markets have got over the shock of a Trump victory in the US presidential election, David C Stevenson looks at which funds to buy.
The FCA has confirmed what we’ve known for ages: fund management fees are too high, and performance is not good enough. John Stepek explains what you can do about it.
Fund managers are optimistic about Japan and for good reason, says Max King. Investors should follow their lead.
When of the most important things for long-term investors in funds to consider is costs. Matthew Partridge explains.
This new People’s Trust sounds very radical, says David C Stevenson, but it’s really a return to the historic roots of the investment-trust industry back in the Victorian era.
David C Stevenson looks at the best healthcare and biotech investment trusts to tuck away in your portfolio.