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Have growth and value fund pairs outperformed the market?

by Jennifer Hill from interactive investor, 23rd June 2022: Last year we asked experts to name value and growth fund pairs to navigate the market rotation. The tactic has not yet paid off, but should investors stick with them?.. The sharp reversal in fortunes highlights the folly of pinning your colours to a single mast. […]

Investment trust insider on structured finance funds

Investment trust insider on structured finance funds – James Carthew: Debt funds wobble as recession risk rises With inflation and interest rates still climbing, and the threat of recession looming closer on the horizon, it’s time to consider the impact on the £1.7bn structured finance sector. These are high-yielding funds that invest in asset-backed securities, […]

Investment Trust Insider on Perpetual Income and Growth
Battle of the big three multi-manager trusts: who comes out on top?

by Jennifer Hill from interactive investor, 22nd June 2022: Alliance Trust, F&C and Witan – three big investment trusts that give investors access to a range of managers in one fell swoop. But how do they differ, and which has given investors the most bang for their buck? Three global multi-manager investment trusts – Alliance […]

Four investment trusts for a secure income amid rampant inflation and rising rates

By Jonathan Jones, Editor, Trustnet 22 June 2022: Investors that need to find reliable income without the volatility may be best served thinking outside the box, according to experts. While traditional equity has struggled so far this year, and many open-ended income funds have held up better than expected, income trusts have struggled. The IT […]

Big Dippers this year? Cheer up! A wild ride may be just the boost your funds need

By ROSIE MURRAY-WEST, FINANCIAL MAIL ON SUNDAY, 19 June 2022: With stock markets continuing to fall in recent days, many investment experts have reverted to using the ‘V’ word. That’s not V for victory, but V for ‘volatility’ – a term that seems to change its meaning when share price are in freefall. The FTSE […]

Analysts warn shareholders on Boussard & Gavaudan trust proposals

Investment Week, Kathleen Gallagher, 17 June 2022: Analysts at QuotedData are warning shareholders of the Boussard & Gavaudan trust to be wary of recent proposals to appoint two more board members that have been chosen by the investment manager. The £306.8m trust, which has two share classed, GBP and Euro, announced on 16 June that […]

Biotech trusts top performance charts in February
Wind farms, schools and broadband: Are infrastructure investment trusts the key to inflation-busting returns?

By MIKE SHEEN FOR THIS IS MONEY 14 June 2022 Infrastructure assets have long been regarded as a go-to means of achieving inflation-beating returns and, while prices soar elsewhere, the London market may currently offer investors bargain options… Renewable energy infrastructure trusts have raised more than £1billion since the start of the year, according to […]

Ker-ching! Seven under the radar stocks and funds paying more than 4% income

James Crux, Shares Magazine, 01 June 2022: Investors are increasingly looking for stocks, bonds or funds that pay a good income… Many people have this year lost money from backing high-growth but dividend-less stocks such as Tesla (TSLA:NASDQ) and Netflix (NFLX:NASDAQ), and they’re fed up. In the other side of the ring, tobacco manufacturers, utility […]

Bargain Hunter: Baillie Gifford trusts are cheap, time to buy?

by Kyle Caldwell, interactive investor, 14th June 2022: 11 Baillie Gifford trusts are trading on wider-than-usual discounts. We ask analysts whether this is an opportunity for brave investors to pick up bargains… With inflation levels soaring and interest rates on the rise, growth companies, including tech firms, have fallen out of favour. Instead, investors have […]

A dangerous pariah? Or is China a mighty beast investors can’t afford to shun?

By ROSIE MURRAY-WEST, FINANCIAL MAIL ON SUNDAY, 12 June 2022: Investing in emerging markets is often a step too far for investors with an ethical bent. Human rights issues and exploitation of labour put them off. Nowhere in the emerging markets world are these issues currently more prominent than in China, still the engine room […]

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