Probably the most influential book I have ever read about investing was One Up on Wall Street, first published in 1988. The author was Peter Lynch, who achieved fame and fortune managing the Fidelity Magellan fund in the 1980s. Lynch worked for one of America’s pre-eminent fund management companies. He was a pro through and through, but he was also an enthusiast, a stockpicker who loved nothing more than to figure out companies.
Our July 2017 cover story highlighted 10 shares to buy and hold forever – here’s how they have fared over the past year.
Spotting a business that will stand the test of time is easier said than done, particularly in an age when technological change is disrupting various industries.
Manager Mike Deverell tells Holly Blackhow he plans to preserve gains ahead of a larger stock market correction.
Over the decades a small number of professional investors have managed to stand out from the crowd and make names for themselves - as well as plenty of money.
Our feature on pages 32-33 of our February issue looks at the secrets behind each investor's success, and highlights UK-listed stocks that currently tick the boxes on their stock-picking checklists.
Our three professionally run £100,000 hypothetical portfolios are being wound up. Here's how our growth portfolio outperformed the FTSE All-Share index.
Retirement experts suggest retirement planning strategies to meet the needs of investors in a range of circumstances.
With pension savers increasingly opting for Sipps, Helen Pridham asks wealth managers to suggest pre- and post-retirement portfolios.
Aim has rallied, but there are still small-cap companies on low multiples delivering earnings growth. Ben Hobson at Stockopedia has found 10.
Investment trusts are able to meet the different objectives of investors as requirements change in the transition from cradle to grave.