The brainchild of Xi Jinping, China’s ambitious infrastructure project gives private investors an array of opportunities, argues Gregory Perdon.
UK investors need to be especially mindful of currency when investing in overseas markets, explains Donald Maxwell-Scott.
The tobacco industry is facing disruption, but this has benefits for investors, argues Alex Tedder.
The Brics started strongly, but how are they faring? Lionel Kruger examines the five emerging market economies.
Graham Bull explains what options employees have when they reach the end of their share plan term.
Can global small-caps help investors navigate the current turbulence? Nimble and more adaptive in difficult markets, Trevor Gurwich explains why investors shouldn’t overlook them.
Long‑term factors driving the tech sector include the expansion of media platforms, the rise of AI and the increasing potential of cloud computing, says Scott Berg.
One of the fundamental questions for markets in the second half, is whether the US economy moves towards a recession, says Miton’s Anthony Rayner.
Despite Neil Woodford’s troubles highlighting the danger of investing in illiquid investments, private companies still offer investors opportunities, argues Robert Clough.