Advisers and fund managers believe the future for dividend paying firms, and with them equity income funds, could now be that bit brighter.
The opportunity is huge in China, as the country opens up to foreign investors.
A reassessment of cautious asset allocations is well overdue.
As consolidation occurs in the adviser industry it is likely to be wrap platforms that flourish, at the expense of fund supermarkets.
Lombard Odier’s Stéphane Monier focuses on risk, rather than asset classes, to diversify.
Japan has arguably divided investors since the arrival of Abenomics the sheer scale of economic measures introduced has buoyed sentiment among many while others fear another false dawn. We ask multi-manager experts what their outlook is for the Japanese market.
The equity income sector has enjoyed something of a renaissance recently, partly thanks to Neil Woodford.
Traditional bond indices tend to overallocate to the most indebted nations and companies, which may harm portfolios in a crisis.
Dispersion in currencies and interest rates is leading to more trading opportunities.
BlackRock’s Christofel is keen to stand out from the large crowd when it comes to the new pension freedom rules.
Successful people massively underplay the role that luck has, Nick Kirrage, co-manager of the Schroder Recovery and Schroder Income funds, tells Liontrust’s John Husselbee.
Charlie Thomas, manager of Jupiter Ecology, on shunning Tesla and oil and gas.
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