When there are management changes at a trust, they could usher in better days ahead – or pose a threat to performance.
Rumours of the retirement of veteran emerging markets investor Mark Mobius have been exaggerated.
Style blending with fund pairs can help to smooth returns and manage risk – but this could come at a cost.
Mark Barnett, who manages nearly £20 billion for Invesco Perpetual, is confident he can turn performance around in 2018.
When it comes to extracting an investment’s value, British Empire Trust's Joe Bauernfreund prefers the carrot to the stick.
The assumption is that the more experienced a fund manager is, the better they perform. The data may show otherwise.
Investors should remember that every fund manager has stocks in his portfolio that can go through difficult times from time to time.
When choosing a fund, a less obvious considerations is whether to opt for a fund run by two managers, says Marina Gerner.
What happens if a star manager jumps ship? Neal Underwood looks at how to avoid losing out when a big name fund manager leaves.
The City watchdog has outlined a number of remedies to help fund investors get better value for money.