This investment trust is approaching its third birthday and has been a strong performer, but is sitting on a 12% discount.
Value fund managers adopt many different approaches in their hunt for bargain shares; we look under the contrarian bonnet.
For contrarian-minded investors, stockmarket falls offer inexpensive entry points, writes David Liddell.
Few pockets of value remain for contrarians to exploit. David Liddell suggests three trusts that should prove resilient.
Our contrarian investor has eyed up an underperforming investment trust top-heavy with tobacco stocks, while there's also a bargain to be had in Japan.
When markets are stretched it's tempting to run to cash, but three trusts take contrarian investor David Liddell's eye.
In a world gone apparently mad after the UK vote to leave the EU in June, one might have thought contrarianism would be easy; one just has to stay sane.
Few investors can have expected the stock market carnage that unfolded in January to have occurred so early. Traditionally, January is quite a positive month.
China presents something of a conundrum for the contrarian investor - and probably for everyone else.