Neil Woodford is not the only big-name to produce below-par performance recently.
The assumption is that the more experienced a fund manager is, the better they perform. The data may show otherwise.
Investors should remember that every fund manager has stocks in his portfolio that can go through difficult times from time to time.
Kyle Caldwell reveals the warning signs investors must look out for if to avoid one of the many dud funds on offer.
Neil Woodford is not alone in issuing an apology to investors; we run through five other examples, and look at whether performance improved.
In his latest videos, Neil Woodford responds to critics and defends his investment strategy. Is his latest poor performance just a blip?
The UK All Companies sector contains the most underperforming funds, according to research by Chelsea Financial Services.
More than £9 billion is invested in poorly-performing ‘dog’ funds, according to investment adviser Bestinvest.