Value investing

A ‘lost decade’ for value investing: but don’t bank on a comeback

Since the start of the recovery of US stock prices in 2009, growth stocks have been the place to be.  

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Is the ‘unloved’ UK market a buy or a value trap?

Kyle Caldwell considers whether funds housed in the UK all companies sector present a buying opportunity for contrarian investors.

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Alastair Mundy: There’s a shortage of ‘good value’ cheap shares

Despite being a lost decade for value investing, Temple Bar IT has delivered an annualised net asset value return of 10.6 per.

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ETF tips for investors on the hunt for value

Dimitar Boyadzhiev explains why value investors looking for bargains might profit from setting their sights on an ETF.

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January sales: Where value investors should be looking in 2018

In an era of loose monetary policy, value investing has often been shunned. Kyle Caldwell explores the discount aisles.

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Six ‘cheap shares’ that I’m backing to shine in 2018

Richard Beddard identifies a shortlist of resilient, adaptable, profitable and fairly run firms whose shares are relatively inexpensive.

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Contrarian investor: this unloved sector is worth a punt

This sector is flying, but fund managers are not buying. We take a look at whether investment trusts are an indirect way to play the sector.

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Five 'value' investment trusts that invest against the crowd

There is no perfect way of picking the best shares. Certain investment styles come into fashion and then fall out again.

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12 ‘out of form’ cheap shares: will they bounce back?

A successful ‘bottom fishing’ strategy is about more than just buying cheap stocks at the right time, explains Tom Bailey. 

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