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Four trusts and stocks looking to be the next Lindsell Train

Four trusts and stocks looking to be the next Lindsell Train

Lindsell Train shares have soared on their stake in Nick Train and Michael Lindsell's fund management business. Other funds and companies are trying to follow their magic recipe.

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Japan fund managers bet on Abe victory

Shinzo Abe's call of a snap election has heightened political risk in Japan at a time of high tension with North Korea. Nevertheless, the expectation is he will win and 'Abenomics' will continue.

Daniel Godfrey: The People’s Trust really can deliver

Former investment chief rebuts criticism of his new multi-manager fund and urges anyone who cares about long-term investing to back its launch.

Schroders' Parbrook: Asia isn't in bubble territory - yet

Schroder Asian Total Return manager Robin Parbrook is de-risking his portfolio as shares continue to climb.

It’s time to think about Japan’s future, not its past

JPMorgan Japan fund manager Nicholas Weindling says there are many more reasons to be positive than negative about the country.

Atlantis and Fidelity: a tale of two Tokyo investors

Japan is back in favour with investors. Atlantis Japan Growth and Fidelity Japanese Values hope they can seize the opportunity.

Six out of 10 investors try to sell Invesco Asia

Board of good performing trust left in a quandary as its discount control policy prompts 59% of shareholders to seek an exit in a tender offer.