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L&G Investments' Dynamic Bond Trust manager urges investors to ditch the low rate mind-set
Large company trust is best performing and most deeply discounted trust so far this year. Can it continue?
Manager who joined JP Morgan last year divulges the five themes driving his Fusion funds.
Paul Niven to take over reins of flagship £2 billion trust on 1 July.
UK Special Situations fund manager to be temporarily replaced by co manager Roland Arnold
Green energy and infrastructure just two of the alternative sectors popular with the income-starved
We've added eight funds and removed seven in our six-monthly review of Citywire Selection. Who made the cut?
Trust has maintained an enviable 31-year record of increasing dividends, despite carrying expensive debt.
Cazenove UK Equity Income fund manager says investors who ignore the business cycle risk disaster.
Several fund managers concede now is not the time to invest, given the strong possibility of rising interest rate.
The price cuts Hargreaves Lansdown has negotiated for its Wealth 150 'Plus' funds show the investment industry has a lot to change.
Specialists site social media giant's desire to look youthful, head off rivals and tap into emerging markets
Hargreaves Lansdown opens a new phase in the fund supermarket price war by naming 39 funds where it has negotiated lower annual charges.
Winter storms helped the Renewables Infrastructure Group (Trig), the largest alternative energy investment company, deliver good maiden results this week.
Analysts and wealth managers pick their favourite funds, investment trusts and exchange traded funds (ETFs) for income investors.
Time for investors in Neil Woodford's Invesco income funds to decide if they should stick around when Mark Barnett takes over.
In Citywire's new Income Investor report, we draw 10 lessons from Woodford’s 25-year career at Invesco Perpetual.
Nick Gartside of JPMorgan Asset Management explains the concept of 'duration' and how bond funds protect themselves against rising interest rates.
Neil Veitch, a Citywire + rated equities manager at SVM, shares his expectations for the world’s stock markets with Citywire.
Income Investor, a new publication from Citywire Money, dissects Neil Woodford’s track record and examines the other options for income investors.
‘It never rains but it pours,' says Richard Buxton of the problems at two top holdings in his Old Mutual UK Alpha fund.
What's the point of holding bonds when interest rates are rising? Nick Gartside of JPMorgan Asset Management explains.
Some ethical bonds apply more stringent screening criteria than others. We get the experts to assess the value of three funds that come in very different shades of green.
Market volatility at the start of this year has led to investor nervousness but has this opened up some interesting opportunities?
Here's another chance to see our 'Top Trusts Top 50' special report.
Aberdeen's Asia veteran says he is backing Indonesian companies over Chinese and believes value opportunities in Asia are on the rise.
The Citywire AA-rated co-manager of Artemis Income explains why he bought Rio Tinto and Glencore, his first mining stocks in a decade.
Is the least-liked stock among City analysts (clue: it's a bank) in fact an ‘ugly duckling'?
Fund manager Mike Prentis explains why he recycled profits from super stock Ashtead into Brewin Dolphin, the private client stock broker.
Buy-to-let lender Paragon will offer car finances and online savings.
Finding good value income producing investment trusts is difficult but not impossible, say experts.
Standard Life head of 'fund of funds' much impressed by record of R&M manager Daniel Hanbury
That's the jet engines, not the ostentatious cars. While other investors fled Rolls shares, I spotted a bargain and pounced.
Analysts and wealth managers pick their favourite investment trusts for emerging markets
Ashtead, the equipment rental company, is analysts’ favourite FTSE 100 stock.
Standard Life pair reveal key recent trading activity for their smaller companies and equity income trusts.
Analysts and wealth managers pick their favourite investment trusts for the UK, US, Europe & Japan.
Country remains a buy but much hinges on the PM's ongoing structural and economic reforms.
World's third largest mobile firm will pay £15 billion in cash and £37 billion in shares to investors next month. Where will it all go?