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How UK equity income investors can avoid dividend cuts in 2016
By Alex Paget | 14:00 | 14-Feb-2016
Michael Clark, manager of the £1bn Fidelity Moneybuilder Dividend fund, says that while the outlook for UK dividends is ominous, investors can still obtain income growth from certain FTSE-listed ...
Funds for long-term investors concerned about market volatility
By Jason Hollands | 07:00 | 14-Feb-2016
Following a turbulent start to 2016, Tilney Bestinvest’s Jason Hollands highlights how long-term investors can block out the noise and provides seven fund picks they could consider. ...
Martin: Investors need to be mindful of Brexit but there could be a buying opportunity soon
By Daniel Lanyon | 14:00 | 13-Feb-2016
Neptune’s Mark Martin reveals why he has started to pay attention to the risk of a ‘yes’ vote in the looming referendum on whether the UK will exit the European Union. ...
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