Corbyn and McDonnell want to nationalise infrastructure without compensating investors. The collapse of Carillion has given them more ammunition. David Stevenson reports.
Articles written by David C Stevenson
Thematic funds are the hot new thing in the world of exchange-traded funds (ETFs). David Stevenson tips three to snap up now.
Income investors have poured money into infrastructure funds in the last few years, lured by yields of 4%-7% backed by government spending. David Stevenson picks a high-quality example for his income portfolio.
Two once-bedraggled oil exploration and production firms have issued bonds that promise investors a chunky yield. But they’re definitely not for the nervous, says David C Stevenson.
Investors can now earn an income from renting out ships thanks to a new fund. Should you take advantage? David C Stevenson investigates.
Cheap passive funds are a great way for busy people to invest, says David C Stevenson. And they’re only going to get more popular.
David C Stevenson adds two London-listed specialist funds to his income portfolios.
Last year was a tough one for the peer-to-peer (P2P) finance sector, though investors still received a decent yield. So where should you be looking for 2018? David C Stevenson picks a risky punt.
The big names behind the ETF revolution are sometimes accused of jumping on any new trend. If only that were true, says David C Stevenson.
Barely a week goes by without news of an investment trust arranging a new loan or debenture at incredibly low rates, says David C Stevenson. But some fund managers are using even more exotic instruments to raise funding.