Investors are seeing a growing divergence within the FAANG basket as companies mature and start to tweak their business models.
Shareholder payouts keep growing and are on track for a record year.
While there is little doubt that risks remain, thanks to Chinese government policy the attractiveness of the onshore stock market has increased.
Since 2009, dividend payouts from Asian companies have grown by 162 per cent – the highest level of growth of any region over the same period.
The first half of 2018 has not been easy going for multi-asset income investors. What should investors to do in this high risk, low-return environment?
Women aged 18 to 36 are putting an extra 20 per cent a year into stocks and shares Isas than men of the same age.
In the reversal of positive sentiment that we have seen lately, opportunities appear to be arising for long-term investors.
It’s an old adage in investment circles, but it remains true: investing is about time in the market, rather than timing the market.