When it comes to investing in equities, the fund manager’s style matters, says David C Stevenson.
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The Church of England made an impressive return on its investments last year. What’s interesting is its aversion to passive funds. John Stepek looks at what that can teach us.
Trend-chasing value investors are setting themselves up for losses. John Stepek explains why.
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.
Warren Buffett is arguably the world’s greatest investor. But now even he can’t find anything to buy. Maybe you should hang fire too, says Matthew Lynn.
The “sell in May” strategy advocates dumping your stocks in early May, sitting in cash, and not buying back in until the St Leger Stakes horse race has been run in September. So is there any validity to the idea?
Pokémon Go, the phone game craze, was only the beginning of a real revolution in some very smart technology. Investors should strap on their headsets and get involved, says Chris Carter.