The top 10 companies contributed 17% of all global dividends, the same proportion since 2016, totalling $45.18 billion.
The US market looks overcooked, while other developed markets as a whole have been under the weather of late. However, Ceri Jones sees a pocket of opportunity.
The catalyst that will transform the fortunes of value-oriented trusts is difficult to pinpoint, but several appear well-positioned to come good for long-suffering investors.
The days of achieving steady, inflation-beating income from a mix of shares and bonds are gone. We explore how investors can strengthen their portfolio using alternative assets.
The benefits of ETFs have fuelled a surge in their popularity in the US over the past decade, but European private investors are harder nuts to crack.
Aberdeen Standard Investments’ Amanda Young reflects on findings that women in particular are highly receptive to clearly defined ethical investment propositions.
We help a reader with a question about discounts and premiums.
Fran Radano of North American Income trust on how he beats the index by taking active bets with a focus on cash flow.
The tobacco industry is facing disruption, but this has benefits for investors, argues Alex Tedder.
A fin de siècle tome about an anonymous woman’s investing experience in the 1890s reveals what has changed in 129 years - and what hasn’t, says Jenna Barnard.
National Audit Office report has revealed that more than half the people using the government's Help to Buy initiative would have been able to purchase a home without the scheme's help.