Money Maker

‘How I have been taking advantage of market volatility’

Rosemary Banyard explains how her freedom and flexibility at her trust inspires her to make the most of market volatility.

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Alastair Mundy: There’s a shortage of ‘good value’ cheap shares

Despite being a lost decade for value investing, Temple Bar IT has delivered an annualised net asset value return of 10.6 per.

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Neil Woodford: Out to prove the doubters wrong

This is not the first time in his career Neil Woodford has faced a barrage of criticism after his performance has slipped down the fund league tables.

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Mark Barnett is sticking to his guns after performance blip

Mark Barnett, who manages nearly £20 billion for Invesco Perpetual, is confident he can turn performance around in 2018.

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How Artemis Global Income is betting against the crowd

Global funds have proved a big hit with investors, particularly since the financial crisis.

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Evy Hambro: Lost out on commodities? Keep the faith

One of the biggest risks investors face is poor timing – buying into a stock market or a sector that has reached a peak.

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Nick Train: The bull market is here to stay

The bull market is ‘only just getting started’, says Nick Train, one of the UK’s most respected stock pickers.

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Witan's Andrew Bell: why it is wrong to give up on active funds

A run of five consecutive years of outperformance ground to a halt for the Witan Investment Trust in 2016.

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Mark Slater on the Brexit bargains he snapped up and why Lloyds is a 'buy'

For those who earn their living in the opinion polling industry, 2016 will forever be etched in the memory as a year to forget.

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