17 December 2014
With currency moves increasingly dominating financial headlines, Tilney Bestinvest's CIO has predicted hedging, not asset allocation, will be the key differentiator for investor returns next year.
25 November 2014
The synthetic versus passive debate still leaves some investors confused. Vanguard's Neil Cowell explains how managers can move beyond the question.
30 July 2014
Rising labour costs in China means manufacturers have been turning to robotics to save costs. Now, a robotics revolution is underway, driven by smart materials and more sophisticated design. Pieter Busscher from RobecoSAM explains the dynamics.
30 July 2014
Gemma Game, manager of the £380m AXA Framlington Health fund, has resigned from the group, Investment Week can reveal.
28 July 2014
Rising valuations in healthcare stocks have led to fears of a bubble. Newton's Stephen Rowntree outlines the fundamentals which support valuations.
26 February 2014
Guinness Asset Management's fund manager Edward Guinness says alternative energy is only just starting to recover property from the 2008 crisis, creating a number of opportunities for investors.
17 February 2014
First State's head of global property securities Stephen Hayes gives an overview of the good news paving the way for global REITS' strong performance.
03 February 2014
OPM Fund Management's Ross Henderson.
13 January 2014
Shares in asset managers were among the most reliable financials during 2013, giving decent growth alongside well-covered dividends. Guinness manager Will Riley picks two asset managers set for more share price appreciation.
01 November 2013
Polar Capital has launched a global biotechnology fund for recent hire David Pinniger, as it seeks to build on its formidable reputation in the space.
22 October 2013
The government's unveiling of plans for a new nuclear power plant has moved alternative energy to the top of the political agenda. There are a range of forces supporting the case for investing in wind and solar power too, says energy fund manager Ed Guinness.
30 September 2013
The revival in the US housing market will mean good things for America's favourite housebuilding material: timber, said Pictet fund managers Christoph Butz and Gabriel Micheli.
23 September 2013
With their low current account deficits and little export exposure to China, maybe investors should take a closer look at frontier markets, says Morgan Stanley's Tim Drinkall.
09 September 2013
President Obama's plans for universal healthcare have been pivotal in driving sector returns over the last year, explains Polar Capital managers Gareth Powell (pictured) and Dan Mahoney.
08 July 2013
Britain came a mere six hours from running out of gas in March, according to recently released documents.
Neil Hermon, manager of the Henderson Smaller Companies investment trust, and co-head of UK equities at Henderson Global Investors, highlights three key reasons to be bullish on UK housebuilders.
Whilst the commercial real estate sector has delivered positive capital growth month on month since May 2013, this has been primarily driven by yield compression and a correction in pricing following such marked adverse moments between 2007 and 2012
Mark Wignall from Mobeus Equity Partners, Andrew Garside from Baronsmead and Tim Levett from NVM Private Equity discuss the latest VCT trends with Alice Murray.
Much of the oil in the ground may never be burned, if the world's temperature continues to rise. What effect will this have on traditional oil and gas players, and where else can investors look?
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