Michael Stanes, investment director at Heartwood Investment Management, explains why the US is not the only show in town.
The tech titans have led the US stock market to hair-raising heights, and a painful bruising could be on the way.
Each month Richard Beddard trawls through annual corporate results for candidates for his Watchlist and the Share Sleuth portfolio of companies that satisfy key valuation metrics, such as earnings yield and re
David Osfield, manager of the EdenTree Amity International fund, talks to Tom Bailey about the stocks he has recently been trading.
It’s been a record breaking year for US markets, but are US equities being blindly bullish, asks Guy Stephens, technical investment director at Rowan Dartington.
Global economy fears hurt miners, while Whitbread’s surprise rally sent it right to the top of the index.
Terry Smith explains the nuts and bolts of his fund, Money Observer Rated Fund Fundsmith Equity.
Since 1990 the FTSE All-Share Index's average return for the month has been -1.2 per cent.
As tech stocks surge ahead, active managers feel compelled to own them to reduce the risk of underperformance: classic bubble behaviour, fear of missing out.