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If the strong rally in miners is more than a flash in the pan, BlackRock World Mining could be a 'cheap' way to take part.
Finsbury Growth & Income manager Nick Train has apologised for losses made on his investment in Pearson, whose shares have halved.
As my investments continue to haemorrhage money, it's time to face the facts: my portfolio isn't very good.
Bearish fund manager John Bennett fleshes out his gloomy view on markets, saying he doesn't expect to make investors money in 2016.
Small company investment trust run by Gervais Williams and Martin Turner plans £30 million share issue.
Neil Woodford needs to grow his Woodford Patient Capital trust by over 35% to make any money from it this year.
Unicorn UK Income fund tops Sanlam report of equity income funds while Schroder Income Maximiser falls to the 'Black List'.
After a dire start to the year, markets have shown signs of recovery. Tonight's statement by the Federal Reserve could hold the key.
A little-known fund that takes its cue from the legendary Warren Buffett is sitting pretty at the top of the UK All Companies sector.
Ian Barrass has spent three years overhauling Henderson Alternative Strategies Trust and says the 'fund of funds' is ready to deliver.
Aberdeen Asset Management's emerging market woes spread to other regions, with group now housing 11 'dog' funds, says Tilney Bestinvest.
The Lowland investment trust has taken a hammering since the turn of the year, but manager James Henderson is sticking to his guns.
Citywire speaks to leading global fund managers, including Hugh Young, for their views on the havoc wrought on stock markets this year.
Stephen Message, manager of the Old Mutual UK Equity Income fund, dons his 'contrarian hat' to buy battered energy, mining and banking stocks.
Terry Smith has sold his star stock Domino's Pizza, having made around six times his initial investment.
Global investment trust keeps pace with 'dividend heroes' thanks in part to special payouts from UK companies.
Citywire AAA-rated fund manager Oliver Kelton says shares in embattled supermarket 'have finally reached an attractive entry point'.
Markets have endured a woeful start to the year, but this is not the time to bail out, say experts.
Finsbury Growth & Income manager Nick Train hopes Pearson can weather transition to digital, but isn't too worried about Burberry.
Top fund managers pick nine stocks undergoing transformation that could reap the benefit in 2016.
Fund group says funds run by Citywire AAA-rated Gervais Williams, George Godber and Georgina Hamilton may 'reach capacity' this year.
Managers of UK’s biggest investment trust told to limit holdings in risky, but fast-growing unquoted internet companies.
As Neil Woodford eyes more funds for his Patient Capital investment trust, we take an in-depth look at his record of 'early stage' investing.
Citywire investment writers pick the funds and shares they think could weather what looks likely to be a difficult year for markets.
Former M&G Dividend manager Alex Odd returns to fund management, while River and Mercantile makes changes to UK Equity Unconstrained fund.
Where you made and lost money in investment trusts in 2015.
JPMorgan Japanese manager sees strong prospects for country's hotels as number of Chinese tourists double over last year.
With reliable dividend payers having reached heady valuations and bonds offering ultra-thin yields, is anywhere safe for income investors?
Citywire A-rated bond fund manager Paul Read is glad some of his Invesco Perpetual funds require him to invest in shares.
The last couple of years haven't rewarded contrarian investors. So should you just buy more of the same in 2016?
James Carthew looks at TR European Growth, an investment trust that has done well from the rally in small and mid cap stocks.
Shares in Argos owner surge 40% as supermarket says it is 'considering its position' after takeover bid was rejected.
Chief executive of Witan investment trust looks back at a difficult year in markets and assesses investment prospects for 2016.
Looking for investment trust ideas? We look at four recent trust purchases by professional investors.
Rises in oil and copper prices reinvigorate mining shares but profit warnings knock Game Digital and stock broker Panmure Gordon.
JPMorgan's top fund picker discusses the outlook for next year and opportunities in Asia and private equity investment trusts.
We reveal the activities of three leading investment trust bargain hunters: 1607 Capital Partners, Lazards and Wells Capital.
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The Fed could follow its first interest rate rise in nearly a decade by hiking more quickly than expected. That spells bad news for bonds.