History shows that value stocks always struggle during technological shifts. But when’s the turnaround?
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All the talk of Modern Monetary Theory misses one key point, says Eoin Treacy. We’re already well down the road of printing money to fund government spending.
One proven route to market-beating returns is to invest in cheap stocks, says John Stepek. But it’s a lot harder than it looks.
A shift away from listed stocks towards privately-held companies reflects the advantages of private equity. No portfolio should be without exposure to this form of investment, says Max King
In 1998, WorldCom was the world’s second-biggest telephone company. At its peak, it had a market cap of $186bn, and its founder, Bernard Ebber, had an estimated fortune of $1.4bn
Investors are beginning to notice that active fund managers don’t provide value for money. So, asks John Stepek, do they have a future?
When it comes to investing in funds, don’t chase the top performers – look for the cheapest ones.