Buying out-of-favour, beaten-down stocks may require impetuousness bordering on recklessness, says Max King – but buying recovery stocks can be mighty satisfying when it pays off.
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Media chatter would have you believe markets are heading for disaster. Don’t believe a word of it, says Max King.
Sceptics were wrong about the fund’s new strategy, says Max King – the performance speaks for itself.
There’s no need to snap up overpriced shares in newer property funds when two heavyweight reits are so cheap, says Max King.
Personal Assets Trust is braced for disaster, says Max King. Long-term investors should do well with it.
If Labour comes to power, it has promised to renationalise the country’s postie. It should leave well alone – the business is doing just fine as it is, says Max King.
Terry Smith’s trust should come into its own during bear markets, says Max King.
The star manager’s tactic of throwing a lot of mud at the wall and hoping some will stick hasn’t worked, says Max King.
Baillie Gifford’s new trust gives investors the chance to buy innovative start-ups before they go big.
Private-finance initiatives and public-private partnerships were championed by Labour – but don’t be fooled into thinking that made the party business-friendly, says Max King: old prejudices were still at work.