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Are infrastructure investment trusts overpriced? By Rob Langston 09-Dec-2016 01:00 PM
With low interest rates, many investors have turned to infrastructure investment trusts for income but are they overpriced?

Newton’s Hutchins: Why investors should lower their return expectations By Jonathan Jones 09-Dec-2016 11:00 AM
Newton Investment Management’s Suzanne Hutchins talks about the Newton Real Returns fund and explains why making positive returns will become increasingly difficult in the coming years.

Troy’s Boyle: Why I’m not giving up on so-called ‘bond proxies’ By Lauren Mason 09-Dec-2016 07:00 AM
Gabrielle Boyle, who manages the four crown-rated Trojan Global Equity fund, explains that many high-quality growth stocks have been unfairly sold-off due to inflation fears.

What Trump’s potential policies will mean for credit investors By Jonathan Jones 08-Dec-2016 05:00 PM
Insight Investment’s Adam Whiteley looks at some of the proposals made by Donald Trump during his election campaign and analyses what impact they might have on credit portfolios.

Guy Stephens: Should investors keep buying the dips? By Guy Stephens 08-Dec-2016 03:00 PM
Rowan Dartington technical investment director Guy Stephens looks at the case for equities against an increasingly challenging market backdrop.

Marcus Brookes: Why I’d rather hold cash over bonds right now By Lauren Mason 08-Dec-2016 01:00 PM
The manager, who heads up the £955m Schroder MM Diversity fund, explains why he thinks the 35-year bond bull market has finally come to an end.

What the OPEC oil cut means for investors By Rob Langston 08-Dec-2016 11:00 AM
Recent plans to cut oil production levels could have a significant impact for energy funds after years of underperformance.

Why the European Union won’t fall apart in 2017 By Jonathan Jones 08-Dec-2016 07:00 AM
Analysts outline the elections set to take place in Europe next year and explain why they remain optimistic for the future of the European Union.

Hidden gems in the IA Unclassified sector By Rob Langston 07-Dec-2016 05:00 PM
FE Trustnet looks at some of the best performers from the IA Unclassified sector during 2016 so far.

Positioning your portfolio in a volatile world By Andrew Morgan  07-Dec-2016 03:00 PM
Walker Crips portfolio manager Andrew Morgan takes a closer look at the impact of Donald Trump's presidential campaign victory and what the investment consequences might be.

Five key factors FE Alpha Manager Yarrow will be watching in 2017 By Jonathan Jones 07-Dec-2016 01:00 PM
Evenlode’s Hugh Yarrow outlines what will be driving his investment decisions in 2017 and what trends investors should be paying close attention to.

Buy, hold or fold: M&G Recovery jumps into the top decile over 2016 By Gary Jackson 07-Dec-2016 11:00 AM
After several years of underperformance, M&G Recovery is back at the top of its sector. FE Trustnet finds out what the experts think of the popular fund.

Top managers: Why banks are the “single most attractive sector on the planet” By Jonathan Jones 07-Dec-2016 07:00 AM
Schroders’ Nick Kirrage and Neptune’s Rob Burnett outline the investment case for banks in the UK and Europe.

Simon Evan-Cook: Should you invest with Indiana Jones? By Simon Evan-Cook 06-Dec-2016 05:00 PM
The Premier multi-asset manager asks if investors can learn any valuable lesson from whip-welding, globe-trotting adventurer Indiana Jones.

Which US funds rallied strongest since the presidential election? By Rob Langston 06-Dec-2016 01:00 PM
Some fund managers have benefited since Donald Trump was declared president-elect on 9 November, as US markets have shrugged off concerns over the political change.

Experts reveal the best sectors for active investment By Jonathan Jones 06-Dec-2016 11:00 AM
Following on from our analysis of the best sectors for passive investment FE Trustnet asks industry experts explain which areas of the market are best for active strategies.

The European funds that looked after investors best in 2011 and over the time since By Gary Jackson 06-Dec-2016 07:00 AM
With fresh uncertainty on the horizon for Europe, FE Trustnet finds out which funds held up the best when the during the eurozone debt crisis of 2011.

What is big data and should you be buying into the trend? By Jonathan Jones 05-Dec-2016 05:00 PM
Edmond de Rothschild’s Jacques-Aurélien Marcireau explains what big data is and why it has expanded rapidly over the last five years.

Stephanie Flanders: Buy into this Trump rally if you want to, but be warned By Stephanie Flanders 05-Dec-2016 03:00 PM
The JP Morgan Asset Management chief market strategist looks at why investors should be cautious if they expect a sustained rally on the back of Donald Trump’s election.

“Too early to make predictions”: Fund managers give verdict on Italian referendum By Rob Langston 05-Dec-2016 01:00 PM
Managers and analysts talk about the potential impact for investors as Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi steps down

Experts reveal the best sectors for passive investment By Jonathan Jones 05-Dec-2016 11:00 AM
While the debate over passive investing continues industry experts explain which areas of the market they use the strategies for and why.

Investment snapshot: What worked and what didn’t in November By Gary Jackson 05-Dec-2016 07:00 AM
In the first article of a new series, FE Trustnet looks back over the past month to see what forces were in play across markets.

Should you back a Santa Rally? By Rob Langston 02-Dec-2016 01:00 PM
What impact does the ‘December effect’ have on fund returns and who have been the most consistent performers during the past five Christmases?

Peter Elston: Why value investors don’t have to restrict themselves to cheap stocks By Peter Elston 02-Dec-2016 11:00 AM
Having completed a series of quarterly blogs on the subject of risk, Seneca's Peter Elston turns his attention to value investing in a new series.

No more “free lunch” for investors as the game has changed substantially, warns Neptune’s Geffen By Jonathan Jones 02-Dec-2016 07:00 AM
Neptune’s Robin Geffen explains why the end is nigh for investors who have bought bonds, mid-caps and bond-proxy stocks.

The funds that professional investors are researching more than ever By Gary Jackson 01-Dec-2016 05:00 PM
We use the FE Analytics Market Intel tool to find out which funds have seen the biggest jump in research over 2016 to date.

Liontrust’s Husselbee: A desynchronising world By John Husselbee 01-Dec-2016 03:23 PM
John Husselbee, head of multi-asset at Liontrust Asset Management, takes a look at government bonds and the outlook for other asset classes

FE Alpha Manager Martin: Why your portfolio might not be as resilient as you think By Jonathan Jones 01-Dec-2016 01:00 PM
Neptune’s Mark Martin outlines the concept of ‘anti-fragile’ and explains why many UK investors’ portfolios may seem resilient but are more fragile than expected.

Where Monks Investment Trust is looking for growth By Rob Langston 01-Dec-2016 11:00 AM
Baillie Gifford’s Charles Plowden and Malcolm MacColl talk about the investment case for its global growth strategy.

Funds to hold for an uncertain European outlook By Gary Jackson 30-Nov-2016 05:00 PM
With Italy heading to the polls for a wide-reaching constitutional referendum, FundCalibre’s Darius McDermott highlights European funds that have performed well regardless of the economic backdrop.

Olly Russ: How will markets react to the Italian referendum result? By Olly Russ 30-Nov-2016 03:00 PM
The Liontrust manager explains the upcoming referendum in Italy and what it could mean for markets.

 
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