News by: Gavin Lumsden
Five financial experts debate the pros and cons of selling shares 'short' to make a profit.
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Martin Currie, the loss-making Edinburgh-based fund manager, has agreed to be bought by US investment giant Legg Mason.
Hugh Young is tilting the Aberdeen Asian Income investment trust away from high yield shares in anticipation of the US ending quantitative easing or money printing.
Issue 11 of our e-zine explains how to pick good investment trusts, invest in the US and where there are buying opportunities.
Our daily roundup of the best analyst commentary on shares, also including Sage and Schroders Real Estate.
Pension experts mostly welcome the government's confirmation of a national retirement guidance service, although MPs express concerns.
John Kennedy has been replaced as manager of the Edinburgh-based global investment company after 10 years in charge.
Tesco shares rise after the ousting of chief executive Phil Clarke but the FTSE 100 falls amid caution at events in Ukraine and Gaza.
Renewable energy is attracting a lot of investor interest, so I headed to the UK's largest solar farm to find out more.
Biotechnology shares have had a turbulent year. Geoffrey Hsu of the Biotech Growth investment trust argues valuations of the bigger stocks remain compelling.
James Smith, manager of the highly geared Premier Energy and Water investment trust, proves investing in utilities doesn't have to be dull and defensive.
Keystone investment trust cuts its annual management fee, increasing pressure on Perpetual Income & Growth, also run by Mark Barnett of Invesco Perpetual, to do the same.
President Obama's order to US power companies to slash greenhouse gases boosts clean technology worldwide, says Bruce Jenkyn-Jones of Impax.
Chris Daykin, a former senior government pensions adviser, clashes with the Treasury over the real reason for its Budget retirement reforms.
New rule changes have made individual savings accounts (ISAs) simpler and easier to use.
Investment Trust Insider rounds up some of the things analysts are saying about investment trusts.
The new ISA (individual savings account) allowance has jumped to £15,000. We reveal the cheapest investment trust ISA and share schemes to help you take advantage.