Excitement about the Brics economies may have waned, but there is still compelling potential for impressive gains from individual nations.
Ethical considerations aside, the call to exclude weapons companies reflects an issue ESG investing has caused both active and passive investing.
The most-bought funds and trusts of the past two years may be less successful in 2019, so here are some promising alternatives offering better value or a more defensive approach.
The sum of money held in serial underperformers has mushroomed from £33.6 billion to £54.6 billion.
One fund sector dominates the most popular funds table supplied by interactive investor, our parent company.
Buylists, such as Money Observer’s 2019 Your Fund Choices, are a good starting-point for investors who want clear guidance, says Faith Glasgow.
The pressure building in developed equity markets last year was felt most keenly in Japan, which now looks poised to make the strongest rebound.
We round up the bond and multi-asset choices made by our panels of fund and investment trust experts.
The Investment Association has launched an industry-wide consultation on the idea, seeking the views of fund