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Research Archive

The best-selling funds on Trustnet Direct revealed By Jenna Voigt 21-Apr-2014 02:00 PM
The type of funds that top the best-sellers list on Trustnet Direct suggests investors are still looking to take on risk.

Five reasons to buy a frontier markets fund By Alex Paget 21-Apr-2014 08:00 AM
Schroders’ Allan Conway and Premier’s Simon Evan Cook explain why adventurous investors should increase their exposure to this high-growth sector.

The high-growth alternatives to emerging markets funds By Joshua Ausden 20-Apr-2014 02:00 PM
Emerging markets are the standout option for investors looking for long-term growth, but there are alternatives for those with more of a focus on downside risk.

Mundy and Chillingworth: How to be a contrarian investor By Daniel Lanyon 20-Apr-2014 08:00 AM
The two managers explain how they aim to profit from going against the grain.

The stocks that pay you to buy them By Daniel Lanyon 19-Apr-2014 05:00 PM
Daniel Lanyon reveals the stocks that give you perks just for owning them.

Funds for rising and falling markets: Europe ex UK By Daniel Lanyon 19-Apr-2014 02:00 PM
In the next article in the series, FE Trustnet looks at European funds that have managed to protect against the downside as well as deliver strong returns in up markets.

Aberdeen funds roar back in 2014 By Thomas McMahon 19-Apr-2014 08:00 AM
Following a dreadful 2013, the fund manager's Asian and emerging markets funds are back in the top quartile of their respective sectors.

Can the gold rally continue? By Angelos Damaskos 18-Apr-2014 02:00 PM
Angelos Damaskos, manager of the Junior Gold fund, outlines which types of gold miners are likely to do well as the gold price recovers.

Hargreave: How to pick stocks like me By Jenna Voigt 18-Apr-2014 11:30 AM
FE Alpha Manager Giles Hargreave reveals his five steps to ensure stockpicking success.

M&G’s Nevado: The one investment tip every investor needs to know By Joshua Ausden 18-Apr-2014 08:00 AM
The majority of fund managers and analysts rely heavily on analyst forecasts, but M&G’s multi-asset team takes a very different approach.

Slowdown in China is good for investors, says Zhang By Jenna Voigt 17-Apr-2014 08:00 PM
Matthews Asia’s Yu Zhang says a slowdown in GDP growth in China actually bodes well for the country.

Spear: Why I’m not buying into the optimism surrounding Japan By Daniel Lanyon 17-Apr-2014 06:00 PM
The past 12 months have been a rollercoaster ride for investors in Japanese funds, but what’s next for the contentious IMA sector?

FE Research: The top stories affecting your portfolio this week By FE Research 17-Apr-2014 04:30 PM
The FE Research team rounds up the macroeconomic news that has had the biggest effect on markets over the past seven days.

Killik adds Odey fund to buy list By Alex Paget 17-Apr-2014 03:00 PM
One analyst at the group says that Odey Odyssey would be a useful acquisition for investors who want to diversify away the risk of a long-only global equity fund.

Overweight UK and US this year, says Chillingworth By Daniel Lanyon 17-Apr-2014 02:00 PM
Rathbones’ chief investment officer expects developed markets to continue outperforming their developing counterparts in the near-term.

Major buying opportunity in mid cap funds, says Coombs By Alex Paget 17-Apr-2014 12:00 PM
The Rathbones manager has been using the recent period of relative weakness to top up his holdings in the sector as he expects it to outperform over the medium-term.

Four asset management stocks set to soar after the Budget By Thomas McMahon 17-Apr-2014 11:00 AM
Liontrust’s Stephen Bailey explains why the sector is set to prosper in the coming years.

Is M&G Global Dividend at an ideal entry point? By Joshua Ausden 17-Apr-2014 08:00 AM
Stuart Rhodes’ £8.5bn fund has been one of the biggest hits with advisers and investors in recent years, though it has had a difficult start to the year.

Matthews Asia: Why you need Japan for income By Yu Zhang 16-Apr-2014 08:00 PM
Matthews Asia’s Yu Zhang explains why Japan should be on investors’ radars for income.

Mundy: Why I’m buying back into the supermarkets By Daniel Lanyon 16-Apr-2014 06:00 PM
The Investec manager has bought into Tesco and Morrisons in recent weeks because he thinks the competition they will face from discount retailers has been exaggerated.

Potential buying opportunity opens up in small cap and tech trusts By Thomas McMahon 16-Apr-2014 04:30 PM
Small cap and technology trusts are trading on wide discounts compared with the recent past, but analysts warn against buying just yet.

Is the bear market in commodities over? By Alex Paget 16-Apr-2014 03:00 PM
JPM’s Neil Gregson says that improving macroeconomic conditions and the completion of cost-cutting operations by the major miners should help the sector to continue its recovery.

Investors at risk from rush into high yield bonds, says high yield bond manager By Jenna Voigt 16-Apr-2014 02:00 PM
Baillie Gifford's Donald Phillips says now is not the time to buy into high yield bonds.

The top-selling funds hit hardest by the tech crash By Thomas McMahon 16-Apr-2014 12:00 PM
FE Alpha Manager Harry Nimmo’s portfolios and the Legg Mason Japan Equity fund are among those to have taken a hit from the sell-off in technology stocks.

Invesco Perpetual High Income or Artemis Income: Which should you choose? By Alex Paget 16-Apr-2014 11:00 AM
FE Trustnet asks which of the two multi-billion pound funds represents the better choice for equity income investors.

“Bear market” in bonds is coming to an end, says star manager Woolnough By Joshua Ausden 16-Apr-2014 08:00 AM
Sentiment towards bonds has been very negative in recent years, but many fixed interest managers have made strong returns regardless.

Wise: The funds I’m buying to add risk By Daniel Lanyon 15-Apr-2014 06:00 PM
The financial adviser is taking the unusual step of replacing multi-asset funds with equity ones to cut risk.

Emerging markets rally “not the real deal”, warns Schroders’ Conway By Alex Paget 15-Apr-2014 04:45 PM
The fund manager expects a prolonged recovery in the sector to begin at the end of the year, but says there is more pain to come in the near-term.

The cheapest Asia Pacific ex Japan funds for your portfolio By Thomas McMahon 15-Apr-2014 03:00 PM
FE Trustnet looks at the cheapest funds under the new clean share class regime in the top-performing IMA Asia Pacific ex Japan sector.

Brewin Dolphin: The funds you should be buying and selling By Daniel Lanyon 15-Apr-2014 02:00 PM
Brewin Dolphin’s Elaine Coverley reveals which funds in a variety of different sectors she is recommending investors buy and sell.

European investors taking on too much risk, warns Jupiter’s de Fonclare By Alex Paget 15-Apr-2014 12:30 PM
FE Alpha Manager Cedric de Fonclare tells FE Trustnet that although he has a bullish outlook for European equities, there is some excessive risk-taking going on in the region.

 
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