After a hasty portfolio re-shuffle the day after the EU referendum, companies harnessing technological innovation are interesting Guy Anderson.
When it comes to Brexit, Tim Stevenson, manager of Henderson Eurotrust, avers the UK will emerge from the exercise in worse shape than Europe.
We find out what system of picking stocks Liontrust's Julian Fosh and Anthony Cross use for their top-quartile quartet of UK-oriented funds.
There won't be too many changes for biotech firms whatever the outcome of the US elections, says Carl Harald Janson at SV Life Sciences.
The managers of three emerging market trusts explain why the next few chapters in the developing markets story will be more exciting.
Good companies will offset higher wages by raising their prices; those without pricing power will see margins contract, says Fran Radano, manager of North American Income.
Both China and India have deep and interesting stock markets, leading to good stockpicking opportunities, says Gary Greenberg at Hermes.
Richard Pease, manager of FP Crux European Special Situations, speaks about the woes that face Europe's major economies.
In the case of Rory Powe, manager of Man GLG Continental European Growth, the answer is yes: for most months in the past year, he's beaten every man, woman and computer trading system in sight.
F&C Managed Portfolio, a trust of trusts created by Peter Hewitt, is an unusual vehicle that has two classes of shares, and thus two share registrars.