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.
Pension Clinic: it is perfectly legal to exceed both your annual and lifetime tax-free pension saving limits, and it can make financial sense to do so.
Few pockets of value remain for contrarians to exploit. David Liddell suggests three trusts that should prove resilient.
Jonathan Watts-Lay offers a financial checklist for those in the run-up to retirement this coming year.
There is a belief that people with psychopathic traits do well in the financial industry – but is this justified?
Investment Trust Bargain Hunter: we run through the ‘cheap’ investment trusts that have been tipped to outperform peers on an 18- to 24-month view.
Lee Goggin runs through the key reasons to change wealth manager and highlights how to go through the process.
The fund manager outlines her plans for what is likely be a tough year ahead.
The trust has raised its dividend in each of the last 15 years, but 2018 has not been easy. Bruce Stout talks predictions, FAANGs and trade wars.
Chris Gannatti of WisdomTree Europe reviews the attractions of investing in smaller companies in the US, Japan, Europe and the emerging markets.
A shadow of suspicion has been cast over China while nobody seems quite sure which direction monetary policy should be heading.
January was a stunning month for both of the ii winter portfolios, one of which generated a 14% return.
Seema Shah explains her sunny outlook on the Asian country and why she envisages the US trade war switching to a tech war.
There’s no sign yet of an economic dividend ahead of Britain leaving the European Union at the end of next month.