Although some see opportunity
Investment needs to be more 'fun'
Sector enjoyed long-term outperformance
Firms rallied after Autumn Statement
Ardevora's Jermey Lang explains why he continues to have a nervous view towards many sectors and sticks to his 'lower risk' principles when it comes to investing.
Managers face personal accountability
Special Sits outperformed this year
Despite a slowdown in growth to 0.5% in the third quarter, the UK economy continues to perform well.
Johnson Matthey tops index
Around 50 groups expressed an interest
The FTSE 100 index climbed sharply on Tuesday, boosted by defence stocks and a 9% rise in engineering firm Smiths Group.
Investment Week is due to publish a book, Intelligent Investors, to celebrate its first 20 years shortly.
There is an unsaid adage in fund management about 'grey hair' and 'scars', which means up and coming talent in the industry can be overlooked in favour of those with a decade or two of investment experience under their belt.
Rising stars of the industry
The message at this stage of the economic cycle, or any stage, is 'buyer beware'.
Company forecasts £650m 'headwinds' in 2016
Net retail outflows of £4bn in third quarter
Returned to net inflows in Q3
The growing influx of overseas investors into the London stockmarket is providing opportunities for UK multi-cap managers to find overlooked 'valuation anomalies' further down the market-cap spectrum.
Chris White, head of UK equities at Premier Asset Management, highlights the sectors set to benefit from a favourable consumer backdrop.
Domestic stocks counter global uncertainty
With some companies unable to generate the necessary earnings growth to continue increasing dividends, Gervais Williams, manager of the Miton MicroCap trust, explores the options for investors to ensure their portfolios continue to generate a rising income
Carney pointed to emerging market 'drags'
FTSE 100 down 0.9%