The US economy is growing, but slowing jobs growth, higher oil prices and interest rate hikes suggest near-term risk ahead.
Despite apparently benign market conditions, our panellists have become more cautious in their outlook.
In the run-up to F&C’s 150th anniversary, manager Paul Niven explains why he prioritises asset allocation over stockpicking.
The panel’s principal worries for 2017 failed to materialise, leaving them optimistic about prospects for 2018.
Jim Levi finds our panellists in positive mood as they look past persistent forecasts of trouble ahead.
ETFs are cheap and diversified and there’s plenty of choice, giving investors portfolios with varying levels of risk.
As the bull run matures, should you be putting some protection into your portfolio? Jennifer Hill explores safe-haven assets.
When it comes to selecting a broker, we are left very much to our own devices.
Europe's animal spirits have returned, with our experts taking an increasingly positive view of the continent's equities.