Trust in the financial services sector is already low, says Merryn Somerset Webb. Let’s not make it worse with bells and whistles.
Articles written by Merryn Somerset Webb
Invesco’s bullying of an investment trust is an outrageous example of fund management arrogance, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Good governance and shareholder democracy are being undermined by companies issuing shares with limited voting rights. But investors are starting to push back, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Japan is set to surprise investors, Alasdair McKinnon of the Scottish Investment Trust tells Merryn Somerset Webb.
When thinking about how macro trends could shape the world and your portfolio, it pays to think big, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Frontier markets are cheaper, faster growing, more tech-forward and less correlated to other asset classes than developed markets. You should invest some money at least for the very long term.
We try to be early to ideas at MoneyWeek; often too early. But this has been a week in which other people seem to be coming around to our way of thinking.
Employers are offering all sorts of perks to their workers. But one perk they’re not offering is higher pay. That might soon have to change, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Author and economist Dambisa Moyo has ten proposals to make our democracies more fit for the modern world. But you may not like all of them, warns Merryn Somerset Webb.
Joining the EEA would allow us to take back a reasonable amount of control while still enjoying many of the benefits of the EU, says Merryn Somerset Webb.