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JPMorgan: let MATE ride you through volatile markets
The launch of JPMorgan Multi-Asset Trust (MATE) after this month’s stock market turbulence is perfectly timed, claims portfolio manager Katy Thorneycroft.
Alex Wright: why I’m betting big on Ladbrokes Coral
Fidelity Special Values manager explains why he is not too defensive at the moment and why there is more to come from his third-biggest holding after its bid from GVC.
Ediston: why we love out-of-town retail parks
Fund manager Calum Bruce explains why Ediston Property Investment Company (EPIC) has made a big bet on retail parks weathering the consumer downturn to generate the rental income for its 5% yield.
Corporate tax cut could spark Japanese bid boom
Not only is Japan's stock market good value with a growing dividend culture to boot, but its companies are being encouraged to launch more corporate bids with capital gains tax cuts, says Richard Aston of Coupland Cardiff.
A 4% dividend pledge helped turn our world around
The world's economic recovery and new dividend policy has seen JPMorgan Global Growth & Income swing from a steep discount to a small premium.
Brexit backlash won’t hurt UK shares forever
Investors are slowly returning to UK equities after the EU referendum shock and are right to do so, says Katen Patel of JPMorgan Mid Cap.
Investors wrong to banish ‘ugly duckling’ oil stocks
Many forecasts for supply and demand for oil and gas are plain wrong, says Alasdair McKinnon of Scottish investment trust.
This punishing stock market reminds me of 1987
High yield bond fund manager has the benefit of distance when assessing the stock market and sees parallels with the year that produced Black Monday.
Max Ward: I want to outlive my dear old Dad
Veteran star fund manager reveals what drives him on and discusses future and past of his top-performing Independent trust.
Why Brexit won't hurt commercial property outside London
Richard Shepherd-Cross of Custodian discusses fundamentals driving UK commercial property and explains why he has tilted the portfolio towards retail shopping parks and is unafraid of Brexit.