The importance of identifying ‘tomorrow’s sectors’
More thought and selectivity required from investors
Deals that fell apart
Gold price hits six-month highs
£3.5trn asset manager
It has been 50 years since England won the World Cup. In the world of investing, an incredible amount has happened since then, and the financial industry today is a very different one from what it was in 1966. Ahead of England's crucial last-16 game today,...
China's recent stimulus might be boosting sentiment, but the rise in overall debt is creating serious problems and is likely to lead to a financial crisis in the coming years, argues Justin Onuekwusi, multi-asset fund manager at Legal & General Investment...
Who is afraid of Donald Trump? Or, for that matter, Hillary Clinton? Not the US stockmarket, it seems.
From Intelligent Investors book
Hidden costs bite
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.
Shanghai index down 7% on Monday
The FTSE 100 opened down 0.5% this morning, in the first trading session since the terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday night.
India's equity markets have suffered in recent months as Prime Minister Modi's reformist agenda continues to hit political roadblocks, but could upcoming state elections lead to a breakthrough?
Stock fell into bear territory for first time this month
FE Trustnet's Joshua Ausden asks whether discount control mechanisms (DCMs) are really all they are cracked up to be.
A market for stockpickers
What can cricket teach us about stock selection?
Optimistic chief executives are paid less than their peers, research by HEC Business School in Paris has found.
Shares in Royal Mail fell by more than 8% after the company reported a fall in profits amid rising fears over competition from online retailers.
Investors' misplaced belief that US stocks are overvalued has made it the "most unloved bull market" in 40 years, veteran US fund manager Ed Cowart has said.