Our new portfolio will pursue profit in undervalued markets worldwide.
Value fund managers adopt many different approaches in their hunt for bargain shares; we look under the contrarian bonnet.
The catalyst that will transform the fortunes of value-oriented trusts is difficult to pinpoint, but several appear well-positioned to come good for long-suffering investors.
Returns from value investing have lagged like-for-like returns from growth investing over the past decade. Tom Bailey considers whether targeting value is just grasping at straws.
For contrarian-minded investors, stockmarket falls offer inexpensive entry points, writes David Liddell.
Which regions look tempting on valuation grounds? Kyle Caldwell highlights some of the best opportunities for investors to go shopping for bargains.
Tony Yarrow, portfolio manager of the TB Wise Multi-Asset Income fund, explains why ‘tortoise stocks’ could deliver the goods in 2019.
Investors can capture rewards by investing in Asia’s smaller companies. But focusing on company growth is not enough for equity investors in this space to make the best returns.
There’s a shortage of bargains at the moment, but this trust’s discount has become unduly wide.