Investment Trust Insider - Comment & Analysis
Investment Trust Watch: make a BEE-line for this Baring trust
Baring Emerging Europe, the last trust standing in its sector, trades on a wide discount and offers diversification for contrarian investors.
Canaccord: ‘buy’ Fidelity China after another excellent year
Canaccord Genuity analyst Alan Brierley abandons long-standing caution on Fidelity China Special Situations, upgrading highly geared trust to ‘buy’ from ‘hold’ after another impressive year of performance.
Why Seneca Global Income & Growth sold Civitas
Seneca Global Income & Growth trust's team explains why alarm bells rang regarding their investment in Civitas Social Housing back in February.
James Carthew: the perverse discounts on private equity
Shares in some private equity investment trusts are too cheap given the high prices they achieve on the sale of mature portfolios.
Ex-Goldmans star Khemka launches no-charge India trust
Former star Goldman Sachs emerging market fund manager Prashant Khemka hopes to raise £200 million for Ashoka India Equity, an investment trust that will only charge investors a fee for outperformance.
Syncona caps off stellar year with two new investments
Syncona's chief executive Martin Murphy says 'the model is working' after its life sciences portfolio delivers a 57.2% return over the 12 months to April.
Ian Cowie: is it time for me to sell Worldwide Healthcare?
Six months after the departure of fund manager Sam Isaly, Worldwide Healthcare Trust appears to be going off the boil.
James Carthew: Middlefield – North America with income
The 5% yielding shares in Middlefield Canadian Income are a good way for UK income investors to diversify their portfolios.
US shares cheapest since 2014, says Witan’s Andrew Bell
US stock valuations have been a cause of concern for some time but Witan chief executive of global multi-manager trust believes world's largest stock market is cheaper today than four years ago.
Montanaro does the splits but misses small-cap trust rally
Montanaro UK Smaller Companies proposing five-for-one share split as its performance continues to lag rivals, despite return of former manager Charles Montanaro last year.