Jeff Harris and Adam Khanbhai, managers of the Strategic Equity Capital trust, talk to Cherry Reynard about the opportunities they see in the unloved UK smaller companies sector.
Reminding ourselves of just how unusual the current absence of volatility in equity markets is can help us prepare for the inevitable instability.
UK-based investors have tended to fill their portfolios with funds investing in the large, liquid firms in the FTSE 100 index.
Aberdeen’s Charles Luke explains how in a low-interest rate world, the structure of investment trusts means they can take a much more flexible approach to generating income.
The UK remains one of the strongest equity income-paying markets in the world. It hosts a suite of multinational corporations with long records of paying steady and rising dividends.
Investments come with the power to generate a reasonable income. They can also protect, or even increase, capital value.