Axa and Artemis funds dropped
FE Trustnet's Joshua Ausden asks whether discount control mechanisms (DCMs) are really all they are cracked up to be.
FE Trustnet's head of content Joshua Ausden is to join Neptune Investment Management as head of client investment strategy.
UK equity managers are the biggest winners in the latest bi-annual rebalancing of FE Trustnet's Crown Ratings, with 51 funds gaining the top accolade of five crowns.
With market volatility on the increase, Investment Week asked six fund selectors for their absolute return recommendations.
Investment Week is pleased to announce the shortlisted candidates for the final category at the 2015 Fund Manager of the Year Awards.
Investment Week is pleased to announce the shortlisted candidates for a special 20th anniversary category at the 2015 Fund Manager of the Year Awards.
FE's Joshua Ausden outlines one of the biggest advantages closed-ended funds have over their open-ended counterparts, and highlights the investment trusts that benefit most.
Counting the cost
ETFs at 15: What does the future hold?
FE Trustnet has revealed the groups and funds topping its passive ratings chart as its ETF and tracker comparison service goes live.
FE Trustnet is to launch a ratings system of passive funds for retail investors, ranking ETFs and index trackers alongside each other for the first time.
FE has launched a new service comparing the model portfolios offered by discretionary fund managers (DFMs).
The managers you cannot afford to ignore
BlackRock Natural Resources Growth & Income
Are investment trusts heading for a fall?
Most of the recent media attention surrounding Janus Capital has been focused on the high-profile appointment of Bill Gross, but there is much more to the US-based firm than its bond team.
Time to revisit small caps
Accessing three ‘closed’ strategies via investment trusts
The year investment trusts were brought back down to earth
Barings multi-asset manager Christopher Mahon has warned the chances of a fresh Black Monday-style crash are rising, as policy decisions increasingly drive markets.
Veteran manager Anthony Bolton said he had "no idea what was coming" when he handed over management of the Fidelity Special Values investment trust in 2007.