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Mark Slater, chief investment officer of Slater Investments, has spotted value in The Walt Disney Company (DIS.N).
City regulator intends to ban and fine a former financial adviser after he ‘recklessly’ recommended high-risk investments
China's disappointing growth figures could ironically prove positive, says one investor.
Walter Price of Allianz Technology Trust explains how he's looking at investments, including Apple and Alibaba, after a 10% drop in the fund's shares.
If it can survive a shareholder continuation vote the outlook for Henderson Value Trust could be good, says James Carthew.
(Update) Don't despair, say Neil Woodford and other fund managers. The crash is not a new financial crisis and the worst may be over.
Ben Lord of M&G says the crash in US treasuries on Wednesday says more about bond investors than the global economy.
Shares in the business invested in by BlackRock World Mining had been effectively marked down to zero.
US investor Warren Buffett sells more Tesco shares after his 'huge mistake', but are the supermarket's bonds a smarter buy?
Richard Pease to take £1.2 billion Henderson European Special Situations fund to his new employer, Crux Asset Management.
Jupiter moves more money held in Neil Woodford's old Invesco Perpetual Income and High Income funds to CF Woodford Equity Income.
With markets hitting difficulties, some investors may be eyeing the notoriously risk-averse RICA. Here's what the managers are up to.
BlackRock World Mining promises to pay its final dividend in full as shares in London Mining, its sixth biggest investment, are suspended.
Shares in New Britain Palm Oil, held by a number of well-known UK funds, rise by more than 70% after £1.1 billion bid.
Mark Barnett, the man filling the boots of Neil Woodford at Invesco Perpetual, has bought three new stocks across his army of funds.
Jupiter Japan Income manager says stock market should receive boost from country's own Nisa savings scheme and government pension money.
Nick Greenwood of Miton Worldwide Growth is buying investment trusts in junior miners and Chinese property.
Investors have pulled more than £500 million after shock departure of star manager.
Star manager Neil Woodford sells Reckitt Benckiser and tops up positions in British American Tobacco and Next.
Are you looking for value, momentum, quality or mid-cap stocks? A new range of 'smart beta' exchange-traded funds aims to give you the choice.
If you've opted for a passive approach to income investment, should you use an exchange-traded fund (ETF) or a tracker?
Investment trust expert James Carthew reviews Establishment (ET), a global trust that invests a lot in Asia.
Investors like dividend income from shares but a high yield can be a warning, as Tesco shows. Fund managers explain what to look out for.
Neil Woodford, Britain's most famous investor, loses out to a Vanguard tracker fund. Plus six more active vs passive battles.
The departure of manager Bill Gross has prompted huge outflows from the Pimco Total Return fund raising fears of bond market mayhem.
Unicorn equity income fund managers Simon Moon and Fraser Mackersie talk about what they are doing with the portfolios they took on after the death of star investor John McClure.
Vanguard FTSE UK Equity Income and iShares UK Dividend are both big passive funds focused on UK shares income, but which is best?
Vanguard has launched four FTSE-based exchange traded funds (ETFs) for its low cost Dublin-based investment range.
The Channel Islands Stock Exchange CISX has been fined £190,000 after admitting it was ‘seriously at fault’ in in relation to possible ‘irregular trading’ of the Arch Cru funds.
SCM Private offers its portfolios of exchange traded funds to investors with £15,000 and claims to be cheaper than rivals.
Sales of unit trusts and open-ended investment companies fell to a 19-month low in August. Property and equity income funds took in the most money.
I've been sorely tempted to buy Tesco after its shares took a hammering.
The world's most famous bond fund manager leaves the firm he founded over 'fundamental differences', according to the company.
Woodford tells BBC's Today programme fund managers are under too much short-term pressure and costs need to fall.
Newton Global Higher Income manager James Harries believes the challenges facing China are being revealed to the world.
Alliance Trust, the underperforming global investment trust stalked by a US hedge fund, has replaced its head of equities.
Bradbury had a strong record in UK small and medium-sized companies although retail investors lost him to the hedge fund world in recent years.
Despite fears of a pull-back, Franklin Templeton manager Grant Bowers is backing the US market to continue to break records.
How investment trusts are preparing for a rise in interest rates.