A dedicated stockpicker who is happy to talk about holding companies ‘forever’, Ben Preston wants investors to refocus on the long-term picture.
Axa’s Nigel Thomas has admitted that 2016 was one of the worst years of his career in terms of his funds’ relative performance.
MSCI has finally included China A-shares in its emerging market indices, but the decision seems long overdue.
UK equity fund managers tell us where they are finding value, despite the FTSE's recent heights.
There are few true stars in the active management industry, according to Jupiter Merlin’s John Chatfeild-Roberts, but the multi-manager head thinks Terry Smith, Hugh Yarrow and James Findlay make the grade.
While all eyes were on the FTSE All Share and how it would react to a hung parliament last Friday, something a little more dramatic was occurring the other side of the pond and, for once, it wasn't Trump-related.
Momentum Global IM’s head of portfolio management James Klempster is cutting risk and picking up government bonds in his portfolios.
Hermes Investment Management CIO Eoin Murray believes investors are underestimating markets’ fragility at a time when political uncertainty runs high.
Tilney Group’s CIO Chris Godding stresses that the case for investing in Europe is no longer valuations-based.
Fidelity’s high-profile China Special Situations investment trust has pointed to market-beating returns since its star manager Anthony Bolton retired.
In a sea of naysayers on the UK economy, heavyweight investors Neil Woodford and Richard Buxton argue the domestic outlook is looking up.
While investors aren't finding as many buying opportunities after the general election, they are eyeing up the FTSE 250 stocks.
Investors have said that president Trump's decision to turn his back on the Paris Climate Agreement ignores the economic benefits that renewable energy brings.
Absolute return funds have been huge sellers for the past two years but as the funds get larger, performance is prone to suffer.
A Labour victory in this week's general election will not trigger a dramatic sell-off of the pound, according to UBS Wealth Management.
Cerno Capital is eyeing up opportunities in India and Japan, and is not willing to give up on the infrastructure trade despite president Trump's inaction.
Invesco Perpetual’s Asia ex Japan CIO Mike Shiao is backing consumer staples on confidence in the Chinese government’s ability to slacken the pace of its growing debt to GDP ratio.
Europe equity managers have urged investors to look beyond the current political cycle, and take a more long-term approach when putting more money to work on the continent.
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