After years of austerity, economic growth is buoyant across the Continent and wages remain significantly suppressed.
Investors are piling in at a time when the US tech index – the Nasdaq – has hit its highest ever level. Apple’s share price has also climbed to a new peak.
While the market gets excited about tech forms spearheading 'disruption,' shares in older firms are looking like good value.
Similar to last month, defensive shares were out of favour among FTSE 100 investors.
China is the world’s second-largest economy and growing rapidly, yet many investors have relatively little exposure.
Small-cap investor Harry Nimmo lifts the lid on his investment philosophy, revealing his six-step process to finding ‘tomorrow’s giants.'
The Dogs achieved total returns averaging 3.2 per cent between February and May – beating the FTSE 100.
In the 48 years since 1970 the market has seen positive returns in June 21 times, with an average month return of -1 per cent.
When the market has a fall, and it will, it's usually better to do nothing at all