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Metcalfe: The ideal equity fund for cautious investors By Alex Paget 21-Sep-2014 02:00 PM
IBOSS’s Chris Metcalfe explains why he is considering adding the popular Fundsmith Equity fund to his portfolio.

Stocks to avoid: The FTSE companies in “terminal decline” By Daniel Lanyon 20-Sep-2014 07:00 AM
FE Trustnet reveals the stocks on the FTSE All Share that three highly experienced managers are avoiding like the plague.

Asian inflows, Wise’s ISA picks and a very bullish Japan manager: Our best stories of the week By Daniel Lanyon 19-Sep-2014 06:00 PM
The FE Trustnet team round up their favourite articles of the week, including the funds Chris Wise has bought for his ISA.

Win £100 in the ratings referendum By The FE Trustnet Team 19-Sep-2014 04:00 PM
Just when you thought the voting was over, we want you to tell us what you think of FE’s suite of fund ratings, and if you do you could win £100 – no matter what side of the border you live on.

The unloved UK equity and bond funds topping the tables this year By Daniel Lanyon 19-Sep-2014 03:00 PM
Ethical funds across UK equity and fixed income sectors are having a great 2014 and outperforming their sectors, but are you put off by their name?

Neptune’s Taylor: If I’ve got it right, my fund could triple again By Jenna Voigt 19-Sep-2014 01:00 PM
The manager’s Japan fund made over 80 per cent in 2008 thanks to a big currency bet, and thinks similar returns could again be possible.

Scotland votes no – but what does that mean for your portfolio? By Joshua Ausden 19-Sep-2014 11:15 AM
FE Trustnet sums up the fund management industry’s reaction to the Scottish independence result, which was not quite as close as many expected.

Nigel Thomas: The quality stocks I’m buying for this uncertain market By Alex Paget 19-Sep-2014 08:00 AM
Investors should not do anything drastic within their portfolios in the face of market uncertainty, according to the FE Alpha Manager, who is simply sticking with the companies he believes in.

Cash weighs heavily on Brookes’ Schroder MM funds in 2014 By Joshua Ausden 18-Sep-2014 05:00 PM
Ultra-bearish calls have made and broken many careers. What way will it go for Marcus Brookes and Robin McDonald at Schroders?

Two UK funds to play both sides of the interest rate-rise debate By Jenna Voigt 18-Sep-2014 03:00 PM
Rowan Dartington’s Tim Cockerill picks one fund that is well-placed for rising interest rates, and another that is more cautiously positioned for a more bleak economic outlook.

Don’t bother with small cap funds – just go multi-cap, says Metcalfe By Alex Paget 18-Sep-2014 01:00 PM
Chris Metcalfe, investment director at IBOSS, says that as the future for smaller companies looks unclear, there is little point holding a specialist fund forced to hold them.

Chris Wise: The four funds I’ve bought to max-out the new ISA By Daniel Lanyon 18-Sep-2014 11:00 AM
The AFI panellist is buying one tracker and three active funds, including recent underperformer M&G Global Dividend.

Barnett or Henderson: Which “bargain” UK income trust is right for you? By Alex Paget 18-Sep-2014 08:00 AM
In the next article in the series, FE Trustnet compares the management styles of FE Alpha Managers James Henderson and Mark Barnett, whose trusts are on discounts.

Ruffer: Don’t be fooled – this “distorted” market has to end in inflation By Alex Paget 17-Sep-2014 06:00 PM
UK inflation may be at six-year lows, but the chairman of Ruffer Investment Management says that the impact of the huge distortions in global financial markets should not be underestimated.

The active vs passive debate: Which side of the fence are you on? By Jenna Voigt 17-Sep-2014 04:30 PM
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It’s not just the UK equity market at risk from Scottish independence By Jenna Voigt 17-Sep-2014 03:30 PM
A “yes” vote would undoubtedly change the face of the UK, but it would also cause a butterfly effect around the rest of the world, say experts.

The fund I’m getting ready to buy if there’s a Scottish independence-led sell-off By Joshua Ausden 17-Sep-2014 01:00 PM
FE Trustnet editor Joshua Ausden is looking for a proven deep-value stockpicker who is ready to put their cash to work, and thinks he has found one in Investec’s Alastair Mundy.

Hermon: My small cap trust can still make 10%-plus a year over five years By Daniel Lanyon 17-Sep-2014 11:30 AM
Henderson’s Neil Hermon says huge gains in UK small caps are a thing of the past, but he expects returns to hit double-digits for the next five years as interest rates rise.

Three truly active top-performing emerging market funds By Alex Paget 17-Sep-2014 08:00 AM
In the next article in the series, we look at emerging market funds that have justified their higher charges by outperforming their sector and index over a full market cycle with a low beta and high tracking error.

Godber: My fund is ready to pounce if Scotland says ‘Yes’ By Daniel Lanyon  16-Sep-2014 05:30 PM
With the vote imminent, the polls narrowing and emotion reaching fever pitch, Miton’s George Godber and Fidelity’s Trevor Greetham are predicting sterling will plummet if Alex Salmond is victorious.

75% of US funds underperform over 5 years: Is it time to give up on them? By Alex Paget 16-Sep-2014 03:30 PM
The facts and figures don't look good for active US managers, though some experts believe the future is much brighter for them.

Henderson: Why small caps will always be dominant in my UK equity income funds By Daniel Lanyon 16-Sep-2014 01:15 PM
Valuations are high and the index has had a difficult time in recent months, but star manager James Henderson says small caps are a permanent fixture across his portfolios.

Follow the money? Mass inflows boost First State Asia Pacific Leaders & co By Joshua Ausden 16-Sep-2014 11:15 AM
Panic-selling in emerging markets seems to be plateauing, and inflows are returning to the Asia Pacific region.

The trust that will never bow to peer pressure and chase returns By Alex Paget 16-Sep-2014 08:00 AM
Personal Assets may have delivered poor relative returns in the recent bull market, but Robin Angus says a period of outperformance is inevitable.

Why you may need to re-evaluate your emerging market exposure By Daniel Lanyon 15-Sep-2014 06:00 PM
With emerging markets maturing into a more consumer investment story, your equity exposure could be at risk from a host of companies you may have never heard of.

Woodford: UK set for “extraordinary economic and political uncertainty” By Neil Woodford 15-Sep-2014 03:30 PM
The FE Alpha Manager believes that the vote for Scottish independence will have long-lasting consequences, whether Alex Salmond is victorious or not.

Alternatives to the most popular “Scottish” investment trusts By Daniel Lanyon 15-Sep-2014 01:30 PM
Numis’ Charles Cade and Oriel Securities’ Iain Scouller reveal alternatives to Scottish Mortgage, Murray International and Alliance Trust for those worried about the upcoming referendum.

Hewitt: The best-in-class trusts you shouldn’t mind paying up for By Alex Paget 15-Sep-2014 11:30 AM
F&C’s Peter Hewitt tells FE Trustnet which three managers he will always want to hold, even if their trusts are on narrow discounts or even premiums.

Five tips to help you become a successful investment trust investor By Alex Paget 15-Sep-2014 08:00 AM
F&C’s Peter Hewitt says that investors should stop trying to find discount opportunities and instead should focus on finding quality managers with repeatable and consistent processes.

Three star managers who have gone it alone By Joshua Ausden 14-Sep-2014 07:00 AM
Some of the UK’s highest profile and best-performing managers have left big-name firms and set up on their own.

Buy, hold or sell: What should you do with your “Scottish” FTSE companies? By Alex Paget 13-Sep-2014 02:00 PM
A win for the “Yes” campaign would make life challenging for a number of popular UK large caps, but how affected will their share prices be?

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