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Lessons learnt: I need to diversify my portfolio more, and not put off selling decisions.
Neil Woodford, the Invesco Perpetual income fund manager who has urged more corporate engagement from investors, has been awarded a CBE.
Anthony Bolton says he's really retiring as he prepares to hand over the Fidelity China Special Situations investment trust to a new manager.
Paul Brain tells Citywire why there remains a risk of a 'significant deflationary shock'.
Leading emerging markets fund manager Jonathan Asante explains why the central bank-led boom could blow up.
Francis Seymour, one of the best fund managers in emerging markets, has a simple message for worried investors.
Emerging markets investor eyes Greek assets after index provider MSCI removes Greece's 'developed market' status.
Star income fund manager Neil Woodford says stock markets have finally come round to his way of thinking.
TR Property stands ahead of the rest of the sector, writes James Carthew.
Lang wary of pharmaceutical and mining shares, but buys into house builders on signs of improved management.
Fidelity's Ian Spreadbury says recent volatility in core government bond markets shows how hard it has become to find genuine safe havens.
Gary Potter, who runs a 'multi-manager' fund that invests in other funds, has picked out four fund managers with comparatively small assets but, he believes, a lot of potential.
A fund manager explains why he has a a third of his investors' money in cash. Also why emerging markets struggle to keep up with the US.
The team behind the Ruffer Investment Company fear May may not be a one off and that investors could lose money in both shares and bonds as interest rates rise.
Bonds form an important part of people's pension savings. Last month's crash marks an end to the bull (rising) market the asset class has enjoyed. What should investors do?
Jason Pidcock says 'guns and firing in the street' can present buying opportunities for investors, but other fund managers are more cautious.
Proportion of £14.5 billion M&G Optimal Income fund invested in shares taken to record high as bond market hit by Fed fears.
Jupiter Second Split is one of my most disappointing investments - not because it is the worst performing, but because I cannot see any light at the end of the tunnel, writes James Carthew.
A round-up of interesting trades by professional investors in Ncondezi Coal (NCCL.L), NCC Group (NCCG.L), Workspace Group (WKP.L), STV (STVG.L) and PV Crystalox (PVCS.L).
Donning his market stethoscope, PIMCO's bond star says zero-bound interest rates and QE are becoming as much of the problem as the solution and starving investors of oxygen.
Ignis Asset Management’s bond fund manager Chris Bowie cut his financials exposure to its lowest level ever and warns of the dangers in the latest ‘Cocos.’
Why am I not a fan? Let us start with the investment trust's performance record, writes James Carthew.
I'm an investment vulture and two of the City's top investors have brought down some juicy-looking prey.
Bank of Japan governor Haruhilo Kuroda insists he will keep control of Japan's restive government bond market. Fund managers are sceptical.
Clive Beagles, manager of the JOHCM UK Equity Income fund, explains why he has turned to Glencore and Polymetal after a four-year gap.
Neil Woodford, star fund manager of the Edinburgh investment trust, delivers another good year of performance but expresses concern at the state of stock markets and the economy.
Fund managers are divided over the attractions of GlaxoSmithKline, which has underperformed a soaring FTSE 100, but offers a secure dividend yield of 4.4%.
Andrew Lebus of Pantheon International Participations, an investment trust that invests in private equity funds, argues why the sector deserves a place in investors' portfolios.
With the performance figures from April now in and analysed, we bring you our latest pick of the Citywire-rated fund managers.
After partying hard for the last few weeks, investors woke up to a splitting Japanese hangover this morning. Through the haze investors still see potential in the nation's stockmarket.
We look at five share trades by professional investors in Weir, Fairpoint, Charles Taylor, Hummingbird Resources and Globo.
Helping you to make sense of markets, our weekly roundup of what the best fund managers are telling us.
Although still concerned about the strength of the market rally, Robert Kyprianou has used some cash on new investments.
Strong demand for the Jockey Club's 'mini' bond is raising concerns over whether the public understands the risks of such investments.
A long-held conviction in Japan helped Edinburgh Partners Global Opportunities become the best-performing global generalist fund over the past year, writes James Carthew.
A roundup of some of the best analyst commentary on shares, including Afren and Amlin.
Citywire AAA-rated manager of AXA Framlington UK Select Opportunities fund advises investors to use their 'ears and eyes', not just spreadsheets.
Investment trust expert James Carthew analyses the high risk BlackRock Frontiers trust.