'Buyer beware' in the solutions arena
The threat of populism may have abated in Europe for now, but investors in the continent should not rest on their laurels, argues Chris Hiorns, manager of the EdenTree Amity European fund.
Private companies valued at £1bn or more
Seeing stretched valuations in bonds
Panic over EMs not matched by those on the ground
Speaking at Artemis' investment roadshow
Last month, the partners of St James's Place (SJP) raised over a million pounds in a single night for its charitable foundation.
Unveiled D2C platform
John Redwood, chief global strategist at Charles Stanley, challenges investor preconceptions about investing in Australia.
When will the global economic party get going?
Former Greek finance minister
'Put the financial wellbeing of the nation first!'
Still uncertainties in eurozone
Be prepared to actively trade
Strengths versus global fund houses
Winners and losers
Aberdeen and Standard LIfe set aside fund manager bonus retention pot
Avoid the ‘gridlock of groupthink’
Transfixed by Trump, Brexit and Le Pen, it is increasingly obvious that we have all become too addicted to banging on about the macro and politics.
A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of meeting John Timpson of the shoe repair chain.
Last year saw some titanic battles in the closed-ended fund space, as activist investors flexed their muscles and challenged investment trust boards on issues including fund performance and value for money.
The traditional 60/40 fund, which dates back to the 1950s, no longer works in the current economic climate, argues Ashley Lynn, analyst at Orbis Investments.
EEC founded in 1957