Value investor Lazard Asset Management emerges with 9% of Fidelity China Special Situations as its shares slide in the Shanghai mayhem.
Is BlackRock World Mining a buy and what happened to Brunner and Scottish American?? Our weekly roundup of investment trusts.
Finally, after six years, the Bank of England wants to raise interest rates. What's the impact on our ISAs and pensions?
After a period when big global funds were dismissed as dinosaurs, James Carthew is glad to see Witan's resurgence.
Selling Lloyds at the bottom, calling a property crash in 2012 and buying Russia as oil tanked: I've really lived up to my name. Or have I?
A rare chance to buy shares in Bruce Stout's Murray International at fair value plus biotechnology trusts continue their astonishing run.
Take profits on my house builder shares or let my winners run? I've gone for a halfway house.
Almost every holding in my portfolio has followed the market down in recent weeks, but one investment trust is proving resilient.
James Carthew examines Witan Pacific, the only investment trust to focus on the entire Pacific region.
The Greek crisis will not be resolved until Europe's leaders admit they created a poorly constructed Frankenstein in the single currency, argues Rob Kyprianou.
This has been a busy year for investment trust launches. James Carthew looks at some of the new offerings that haven't received the fanfare afforded to Woodford Patient Capital.