As final salary pensions decline over the coming decades, growing numbers of people are likely to be taking income from an investment portfolio in retirement.
The US/China trade war is bad news for markets, but China’s faltering consumer and overheated property markets could really raise the pressure.
Leave your pension planning too late, and you risk damaging your retirement prospects. Here's what to do.
Few pockets of value remain for contrarians to exploit. David Liddell suggests three trusts that should prove resilient.
Jonathan Watts-Lay, director of WEALTH at work explains how individuals can avoid losing their pension to scams and fraudste
There is a belief that people with psychopathic traits do well in the financial industry – but is this justified?
There’s a shortage of bargains at the moment, but this trust’s discount has become unduly wide.
Andrew Craig of Plain English Finance asks whether investors could learn from the English cricket legend’s highly defensive but effective batting strategy.
Marina Gerner talks to Sam Vecht about his contrarian approach to investing in frontier markets and how they differ to emerging markets.
While comparisons with China make India look sluggish, reforms should boost its stock market.
Matthew Yeates at Seven Investment Management outlines the most attractive alternative asset opportunities offering protection against the risk of further bond and equity volatility.
Bank of England raises base rate of interest to 0.75 per cent.
Neil Hermon, manager of Henderson Smaller Companies trust, on the four considerations that shape his portfolio choices
Russia has been revelling in the success of hosting the World Cup, but its latest brush with US sanctions remains fresh on investors’ minds.
The housing market has stagnated over the past year, but opinion is divided on whether or not it is because of Brexit.