The outlook for equities remains encouraging. An investment trust with an international remit will help you profit.
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.
Fidelity European Values offers exceptional promise at a great price by investing in large-cap European companies.
Vodafone cut its dividend payment by 40% earlier this month. How can you avoid similar disappointments?
A Corbyn government may not be welcomed by everyone, says David Stevenson, but it will bring investment opportunities. And these three funds should be able to take advantage.
Commercial property investment trust Hansteen should be high up on the buy list for disenchanted buy-to-let investors.
The Baring Emerging Europe trust opts for top-quality eastern European stocks, says Max King.
Overseas investors were net sellers of Japanese stocks last year. But Japan is entering a new era of “beautiful harmony”, and investors should get on board.
There are risks for investors in the current geopolitical environment, says Simon Gergel of the Merchants Trust. But these risks have also created investment opportunities.
Regional Reit’s commercial property assets should provide investors with a sustainable yield, says David Stevenson.
Bond fund managers tend to beat their benchmarks more often than equity fund managers. But that doesn’t mean they’re all geniuses. John Stepek explains what’s behind the outperformance, and what it means for investors.
The UK is short of funds offering diversified but very active and intelligent exposure to the global equity market on the cheap. Thankfully, that’s just what Alliance Trust is turning into, says Merryn Somerset Webb.