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Mark Slater: Why I have a love/hate relationship with IPOs By Jenna Voigt 28-Oct-2014 06:00 PM
Mark Slater says finding a good IPO is few and far between, which is why he generally avoids them.

Pidcock: The developed market that is “vastly underestimated” by investors By Jenna Voigt 13-Oct-2014 03:00 PM
Recent falls in the Australian dollar and turmoil in equity markets haven't put star Asian income manager Jason Pidcock off the country.

Michael Spinks: Why the only fund I invest in is my own By Jenna Voigt 09-Oct-2014 04:30 PM
Investec’s Michael Spinks reveals why he’s only invested in his own Investec Diversified Growth fund.

Does the soaring performance of Trojan and Ruffer signal a market crash? By Jenna Voigt 07-Oct-2014 08:00 AM
The Troy Trojan and CF Ruffer Total Return funds have a knack of surging when the market is about to pull back. That’s happening now.

An Asian investment trust to diversify your income stream By Jenna Voigt 03-Oct-2014 03:00 PM
Investors should consider different sources of income rather than becoming too reliant on the same old UK names.

FTSE falls to year-low: So is it time to buy or sell? By Jenna Voigt 03-Oct-2014 01:00 PM
The FTSE suffered its biggest fall since January yesterday. Is this a short-term blip or the sign of more trouble to come?

Three retail stocks that are still worth buying By Jenna Voigt 02-Oct-2014 04:30 PM
Martin Currie’s Tom Walker warns the retail sector is under pressure but reveals three names he thinks are still worth holding.

The dividend-paying US trust available on a discount By Jenna Voigt 29-Sep-2014 01:00 PM
Winterflood Securities’ Simon Elliott says now is a good time to buy into Aberdeen's North American Income trust.

Gary Potter: Three obscure funds that have sent our income soaring By Jenna Voigt 26-Sep-2014 11:00 AM
F&C’s Gary Potter reveals the out of the ordinary income funds that have sent the dividend pay-out soaring in the F&C MM Navigator Distribution fund.

The long-term trust available on a discount By Jenna Voigt 22-Sep-2014 03:00 PM
Canaccord Genuity’s Alex Whiting says now is the perfect time to buy RIT Capital Partners.

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.

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.

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.

Tiny interest rate rise could derail rallying markets, warns Himsworth By Jenna Voigt 11-Sep-2014 03:00 PM
An increase in the base rate over the next 12 months is assumed by the vast majority of investors, but the City Financial manager thinks this could be a big mistake.

Why your bond fund is probably too big By Jenna Voigt 10-Sep-2014 03:00 PM
Hermes’ Fraser Lundie says the regulator is underestimating the threat that ballooning fund sizes and constrained mandates pose to the post-crisis credit market.

The Asian equity fund that does something different By Jenna Voigt 09-Sep-2014 03:30 PM
Investment research firm Square Mile reveals why it is backing the Hermes Asia ex Japan Equity fund.

Diminishing opportunities in mid cap stocks, admits FE Alpha Manager Spencer By Jenna Voigt 02-Sep-2014 03:00 PM
Franklin Templeton’s Paul Spencer reveals why he has his most concentrated portfolio in years.

Does Tesco’s sell-off signal a buying opportunity? By Jenna Voigt 29-Aug-2014 03:00 PM
The supermarket giant's share price took a hammering today after it issued a profits warning, but analysts say the worst may be yet to come.

The niche funds that consistently deliver the goods By Jenna Voigt 28-Aug-2014 04:30 PM
FE Trustnet looks at some of the most consistent funds that don’t sit in an easily comparable sector.

Is it the perfect time to buy this little-known fund? By Jenna Voigt 26-Aug-2014 04:30 PM
Premier’s Simon Evan-Cook is backing one obscure portfolio he believes is perfectly placed to profit from developments in its sector.

Evan-Cook: Why you should always be wary of investing in star managers By Jenna Voigt 19-Aug-2014 03:30 PM
The fund of funds manager at Premier reveals why he’s sold out of some of the UK’s most highly rated fund managers, including Schroders’ Paul Marriage.

Three funds to cash in on “the next dividend growth story” By Jenna Voigt 18-Aug-2014 06:00 PM
In spite of economic turmoil, European companies have hit back with the highest dividend growth in five years.

Failing funds, confident managers and life after Woodford: The best stories of the week By Jenna Voigt 15-Aug-2014 04:30 PM
The FE Trustnet team round up their favourite articles of the week, including the failing funds that haven’t beaten cash and a warning from Bill McQuaker.

Is this manager “the next Woodford of global equity income”? By Jenna Voigt 15-Aug-2014 01:00 PM
Stuart Rhodes and James Harries run the most money in the sector, but Whitechurch’s Gavin Haynes holds an up-and-coming star in higher esteem.

Perfect pairings: The UK equity funds to sit alongside each other By Jenna Voigt 14-Aug-2014 01:00 PM
In the next article in the series, Apollo Multi Asset Management’s Ryan Hughes reveals two UK equity funds to “smooth the peaks and troughs” in markets.

Cost advantage of investment trusts “rapidly eroding”, says Numis By Jenna Voigt 11-Aug-2014 03:00 PM
Numis Securities says the cost advantage of investment trusts over open-ended funds is “rapidly eroding”.

Two top-rated funds to play both sides of the European recovery By Jenna Voigt 07-Aug-2014 03:00 PM
In the next of a series of articles looking at funds that complement each other, Charles Stanley Direct’s Rob Morgan picks two European portfolios to play both sides of the European recovery.

European rally is imminent, says Neptune’s Burnett By Jenna Voigt 06-Aug-2014 01:00 PM
Although European banks hit a snag last month, FE Alpha Manager Rob Burnett says the sector is poised for a rally within weeks.

Get ready for many years of low returns, says Newton’s Metcalfe By Jenna Voigt 04-Aug-2014 01:00 PM
The FE Alpha Manager says investors shouldn’t get used to the double-digit returns of recent years.

Alternatives to the AXA Framlington Health fund By Jenna Voigt 02-Aug-2014 07:00 AM
Following the departure of manager Gemma Game, Rathbones tips two alternatives to the AXA Framlington Health fund – one giving investors direct exposure, and another giving indirect exposure to the sector.

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