Emerging markets are the place to be if you want to make the best possible returns in the future. At least, that’s been the received wisdom for a while now. But is it true?
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Having 40 years to invest can free you up to take risks in the big themes of the next few decades, says David C Stevenson. Here, he picks four of the best funds to buy for the long term.
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Companies with a consistent record of rising payouts look especially attractive at present. Dr Mike Tubbs introduces his favourite “dividend aristocrats”.
Professional investor looks at three traits inherent to humans that make us less effective as investors.
Index investing – buying tracker funds – has revolutionised equity investing. But it’s not without its problems. John Stepek looks at how “semi-detached” share ownership can distort capitalism – and how to fix it.
Matthew Partridge looks at the lessons investors can learn from the film “Boiler Room”.
The European fund management industry is still charging customers a fortune. Here’s how to avoid big fund fees.
As founder and chairman of Vanguard Group, Jack Bogle, who died last night, pioneered index funds and democratised investing. John Stepek examines his legacy.