Our fund and trust panellists share their global growth and income choices for the year ahead. We also highlight two wildcard selections that look particularly good value at the start of 2019.
Gold, property, bonds and the yen are all coming into their own after investors were unnerved by the volatility in equity markets over recent months.
Which regions look tempting on valuation grounds? Kyle Caldwell highlights some of the best opportunities for investors to go shopping for bargains.
We identify the most promising asset classes, regions and sectors for income-seeking investors in the year ahead.
Falling fees make ethical exchange traded funds robust investment propositions. Kenneth Lamont writes.
Revolutionary progress in the electric vehicle market is driving a surge in demand for advanced car batteries and related commodities.
Commodities may be set to surge if worries about slowing economic growth subside and the oil glut is addressed.
After a challenging year for most regions, our expert panellists name the investment funds and trusts that look best-placed to deliver the goods in terms of growth and income in 2019.
The new record figure, £99.8 billion in 2018, was 5.1% higher in headline terms compared with 2017.
Google searches for ‘yield curve’ have grown, but what is it and what is the significance of inversion? Ed Smith explains why US government bond yields have spooked some investors.
At a later date the Financial Conduct Authority will also be consulting on the banning of derivatives products based on cryptoassets, with contracts for difference products likely the main target.
Commercial property is a bellwether for the wider economy – and Brexit means investors will need to tread carefully.