A so called 'dash for trash' could see investors that are focus on 'quality income' in US markets underperform in the coming months, according to Stephen Thornber, fund manager at Columbia Threadneedle.
All European markets down
Considered move out of country
Every year, almost like clockwork, the 'demography' argument pops up within the broader investment debate, writes David Stevenson.
Fund managers have urged a return to 'old school' investing, including a focus on fundamentals, as global markets dropped into bear market territory last week.
Sees lower inflationary pressure ahead
In the second part of this special Big Question feature, investors and managers explain their portfolio positioning during a tough start to the year.
Following calls to 'sell everything' last month as markets continue to flirt with bear territory, industry experts tell Investment Week where they remain invested, the areas to avoid and, most importantly, why the market slowdown is not a new crisis in...
Six fund managers discuss their groups' approach to sustainable investing, and how climate change is rising to the top of the investment agenda following last year's COP21 conference in Paris.
Volatile start to 2016
Editorial team discuss outlook
Positive development for the frontier market
Equity markets across the globe have staged a come-back after falling into a bear market earlier this week, boosted by hopes of further stimulus measures from the ECB and a 6% rise in oil prices.
FTSE 100 dipped below 5,685 points
Fund groups are raising their technology exposure in existing funds, and even launching sector-specific mandates, as they predict disruptive technologies will wipe out household names in the future.
David Stevenson says 2016 could still be a rewarding year for investors, despite a turbulent start to the year for world markets.
Four investment trust managers explain how they are navigating choppy investment markets and taking advantage of buying opportunities in 2016.
Replaced by Weavers
In this month's video, Fidelity Solutions investment director Sean Molony talks to managers Kevin O'Nolan and Nick Peters about the latest market developments.
Lawrence Gosling, Investment Week's editorial director, talks to Asset.tv about his new book 'Intelligent Investors'.
Mixed Asset sector led launches
Credit Suisse estimates revenues from the sharing economy will grow from $15bn in 2013 to $335bn in 2025, but how can investors access it? Mike Fox, head of sustainable investment at Royal London Asset Management, explains.
2016 is finally upon us and here is my watchlist of things to keep an eye on within the investment space this year.
With the US entering a new rate cycle and global growth still weak, industry experts at Investment Week's recent Funds To Watch event reveal how they think markets will perform in the coming 12 months, and where the key opportunities and risks lie.