In a year that saw stock markets around the world turn into a sea of red, the FTSE 100 was exceptional only in being more unpopular than most.
Half of companies in the MSCI World Index are now in a bear market.
Dividend Danger Zone, our dividend watch series, has claimed its second victim since it kicked off at the start of the year.
Such stocks can add sparkle to your investment portfolio but beware a hangover, warns Jeff Salway.
Investors use the Asian country as a source of alpha, playing monetary policy and yen weakness. However, this approach means that they miss out on long-term diversification attributes.
With UK markets in turmoil, we round up and explain some of the best and worst performers of the year on the FTSE 100.
BB Healthcare Trust manager Paul Major tells Tom Bailey about some of the stocks he has been buying, holding and selling recently.
In the first of a new occasional series, we look at what can be gleaned from a chart that shows the biggest FTSE 100 dips in 2018.