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Although still concerned about the strength of the market rally, Robert Kyprianou has used some cash on new investments.
A long-held conviction in Japan helped Edinburgh Partners Global Opportunities become the best-performing global generalist fund over the past year, writes James Carthew.
Our preview of the main financial events in the coming week. Can the stock market rally continue?
If you’re serious about saving for retirement you need to understand the impact charges will have on your money.
The strategy has a fatal flaw, says Citywire's yield-hunting investment columnist. BT stock is a case in point.
‘Sell in May and go away until St Leger’s day’ is a famous City saying. Surprisingly, there's a bit more to it than first appears.
The introduction of a flat-rate state pension has come under fire, but we shouldn't forget the benefits.
Buy Berkshire Hathaway and you still get plenty of Buffett, even as the Sage of Omaha prepares to retire.
Total return is a widely used measure of investment performance. It can help you compare different investments but should not be taken at face value, particularly if you're investing for income.
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