Due to a lack of data, a popular study showing that closed-ended investment trusts provide better performance has been shelved.
Money Observer's 12 model investment portfolios returned to form with double-digit growth in 2019. In the annual review, the rocketing portfolios are recast for an uncertain outlook.
There is a huge global opportunity for digital payments, encompassing card, mobile and online, writes Rachel Winter.
Ask Money: a reader queries the tax implications for investors in LF Woodford Equity Income ahead of payments being returned to investors at the end of January.
The bounce-back expected by some investors in ‘value’ companies can’t last in a low-growth world, argues James Thomson.
Bonds are expensive, but there are still pockets of decent yield to be found, writes Ceri Jones.
Money Observer has been deeply sceptical of the merits of absolute return funds for a number of years.
Tom Bailey explains why active managers were battling to provide outperformance in 2019.
The IMF predicts a rocky 2020 for the global economy, but there are still plenty of opportunities. David Prosser shares fund, trust and ETF suggestions.