The bounce-back of Money Observer Rated Funds savaged at the end of last year has been remarkable, with 86 funds beating the MSCI World index benchmark.
Many people have been caught out by changes to the rules around paying more into your pension after you have started taking money out.
Few pockets of value remain for contrarians to exploit. David Liddell suggests three trusts that should prove resilient.
Jonathan Watts-Lay outlines top saving allowances to utilise before the end of the tax year.
There is a belief that people with psychopathic traits do well in the financial industry – but is this justified?
Bargain Hunter: On the whole investors continue to ignore their home market, but for those looking to increase exposure there are plenty of discount opportunities.
Andrew Lebus seeks to dispel myths and explain how investors can access private equity through an investment trust.
Fran Radano of North American Income trust on how he beats the index by taking active bets with a focus on cash flow.
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.
The number of people in work rose by 99,000 in the three months to March to 32.7 million, although wage growth fell.
Despite their frequency in the history of financial markets, investors are notoriously bad at spotting bubbles.
As we bid farewell to this portfolio, we reflect on the fortunes of a key theme in the portfolio and flag up macro risks that investors will need to keep an eye on.
There are other problems to keep investors awake at night besides our EU exit, explains David Prosser, who surveys the global risks landscape.