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Research Archive

How the premium/discount is affecting these investment trusts By Jonathan Jones 16-Mar-2017 04:00 PM
Killik looks at premium/discount issue for investments trust and outlines two top performing funds it likes and doesn’t like based on valuations.

The return of the ‘old economy’ By Michael Sayers 16-Mar-2017 02:30 PM
Michael Sayers, director of research, Fidelity International, explains findings from the firm’s recent Analyst Sentiment Indicator and looks at the headwinds facing the oil sector.

Fund managers react to latest Fed rate hike By Rob Langston 16-Mar-2017 12:30 PM
After raising the federal funds rate for the first time since December, fund managers take a look at what the hike means and consider further developments in monetary policy.

The funds for balanced investors to buy this ISA season By Jonathan Jones 16-Mar-2017 10:00 AM
In its latest series, FE Trustnet asks industry experts which funds for balanced investors they are recommending clients look at this ISA season.

JOHCM UK Opportunities: Buy, hold or fold? By Lauren Mason 16-Mar-2017 07:00 AM
Following yesterday’s announcement of lead manager John Wood’s upcoming departure, FE Trustnet speaks to several investment professionals about how investors should react to the news.

European elections are a ‘red herring’ says Merricks By Jonathan Jones 15-Mar-2017 06:00 PM
Skerritts’ Andy Merricks outlines the European smaller companies funds he is buying this year in case the European elections are not as surprising as many think they will be.

What risks are fund managers most worried about? By Rob Langston 15-Mar-2017 04:00 PM
Portfolio managers have highlighted how UK plans to exit the EU have affected investment strategy and the biggest political risks facing markets.

Ashmore’s Dehn: China 'problems' not problematic By Jan Dehn 15-Mar-2017 02:00 PM
Jan Dehn, head of research at emerging markets specialist Ashmore, explains why China's economic problems may not be as serious as they are made out to be.

Whitechurch Securities: Why “the only way is up” for markets By Lauren Mason 15-Mar-2017 12:00 PM
The wealth manager explains why investors need to look through the short-term political noise to lock in some potentially attractive gains this year, despite some markets trading on all-time highs.

Miton’s Wright: No reason for infrastructure stocks not to seize opportunity By Rob Langston 15-Mar-2017 10:00 AM
Miton fund manager Jim Wright explains why the firm sees further potential for infrastructure stocks despite the changing market conditions.

The funds for cautious investors to buy this ISA season By Jonathan Jones 15-Mar-2017 07:00 AM
In its latest series, FE Trustnet asks industry experts which funds for cautious investors they are recommending clients look at this ISA season.

FE Alpha Manager Vazirani: Indian equities in a ‘sweet spot’ By Jonathan Jones 14-Mar-2017 05:30 PM
Jupiter’s Avinash Vazirani explains why the long-term future for India is brighter than it has ever been and why investors should ignore the macro-economic noise in the next two quarters.

Axa's Iggo: The bond bears were too bearish By Chris Iggo 14-Mar-2017 03:00 PM
Chris Iggo, fixed income CIO at Axa Investment Managers, examines the outlook for bond markets and what further Fed rate hikes could mean for investors.

The “too hot” and “too cold” scenarios for today’s Goldilocks environment By Lauren Mason 14-Mar-2017 01:00 PM
Paul O’Connor, head of multi-asset at Henderson Global Investors, explains the repercussions that either an overheating US economy or sluggish growth could have for multi-asset investors.

Why investors should be more worried about Europe than the US By Jonathan Jones 14-Mar-2017 11:00 AM
JP Morgan Asset Management’s Michele explains why Europe should be the biggest concern for fixed income investors and why he is buying US and emerging market debt.

Why the top UK managers are sitting on higher than usual cash By Jonathan Jones 14-Mar-2017 07:00 AM
FE Trustnet looks at the top funds with a high cash weighting and asks the managers why they have such a large position in the money market.

Investment trust long-term dividend growers revealed By Rob Langston 13-Mar-2017 05:30 PM
The Association of Investment Companies has named which investment trusts have paid increasing dividends for 50 consecutive years.

Nikko’s Wang: The real trade war By Yu-Ming Wang 13-Mar-2017 03:00 PM
Yu-Ming Wang, global head of investment and chief investment officer, international at Nikko Asset Management, explains why Asia might shrug off the impact of new trade barriers previously threatened by US president Donald Trump.

The three ultra-low volatility funds to win a spot on FE’s Approved Funds list By Lauren Mason 13-Mar-2017 01:00 PM
Following FE’s biannual rebalancing of its Approved Funds list, research manager Charles Younes explains the importance of looking beyond last year’s relative value trade and the disappointing returns of some funds in the absolute return sector.

How five multi-asset managers are risk-proofing their portfolios By Lauren Mason 13-Mar-2017 11:00 AM
Five multi-asset fund managers tell FE Trustnet the biggest potential headwinds on the cards over the medium term and how they’re protecting investors’ money against these.

Five global funds coming out on top on advisers’ second favourite metric By Gary Jackson 13-Mar-2017 07:00 AM
In the next gallery of the series, FE Trustnet finds out which IA Global funds have the highest average five-year rolling returns, as this is one of the preferred metrics of financial advisers.

Croft: Why I’m bullish on Russia and oil stocks for 2017 By Jonathan Jones 10-Mar-2017 01:00 PM
Jupiter’s Colin Croft outlines why he remains bullish on Russia in 2017 despite the equity market’s poor start to the year.

Is the global economy “slipping back to the 1970s”? By Lauren Mason 10-Mar-2017 11:00 AM
William Littlewood, manager of Artemis Strategic Assets, warns that while Brexit and Trump have deferred the end of the economic cycle, a recession is still unavoidable.

The managers’ reactions to the IA UK Equity Income sector change By Jonathan Jones 10-Mar-2017 07:00 AM
FE Trustnet asks the fund managers in the IA UK Equity Income sector for their views on the yield target change and what it means for investors.

Man GLG’s Harker: Why the value rally will be a “multi-year event” By Lauren Mason 09-Mar-2017 06:00 PM
Stephen Harker, who manages the top-performing Man GLG Japan Core Alpha fund, tells FE Trustnet why defensive stocks have reached “preposterous multiples” despite the recent growth/value rotation.

Absolute return bonds: The big picture By Jason Conway 09-Mar-2017 04:00 PM
Inflationary and volatility fears look set to preoccupy fixed income investors in 2017 with anticipated US interest rate rises presenting only limited concern, according to Insight Investment head of UK and global credit fixed income, Peter Bentley.

Mark Harris: Divergent monetary and fiscal policy will be 2017 themes By Mark Harris 09-Mar-2017 03:00 PM
City Financial’s head of multi-asset highlights the opportunities he is seeing the in the US and Japan, as well as the funds he’s using for exposure.

Woodford & Buxton: Spring Budget reinforces confidence in UK stock market By Gary Jackson 09-Mar-2017 01:00 PM
The star managers note that yesterday’s Budget offers little of notable impact but does back up their bullishness on the UK economy.

Markets are already pricing in too many Trump policies, warns Sanlam’s Veysey By Jonathan Jones 09-Mar-2017 11:00 AM
The Sanlam manager outlines why he expects bond yields to remain low but is buying long-term inflation protection in the US.

Under the bonnet of Pidcock’s Jupiter Asian Income fund one year on By Lauren Mason 09-Mar-2017 07:00 AM
Jason Pidcock recaps his positioning over the past year and discusses where he is seeing the best income opportunities over the long term.

What you need to know from the Spring Budget By Jonathan Jones 08-Mar-2017 05:00 PM
FE Trustnet rounds up the views of investment professionals on the policies and announcements made in Wednesday’s Spring Budget.

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