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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.
FTSE 100 firmly in the red as supermarkets slump on Tesco bombshell while miners suffer from dive in gold and silver prices.
Supermarket suspends executives as it warns market first-half profits were overstated by £250 million.
Fund manager Angus Tulloch says the Scottish referendum was a 'great day for democracy' even if independence wasn't achieved.
Catch up on this summer's investment trust events with our roundup of news, analyst comments and director dealings.
I'm worried the market is complacent about the referendum, but my Scottish stocks are too good to sell.
Scotland the brave? Share price weakness in some of the investment trusts in Scotland may be creating a buying opportunity.
Managers of the £325 million Ruffer investment trust continue to express optimism about Japanese shares, despite the wider investor flight from them.
There are 41 investment trusts incorporated in Scotland that might need to move south to avoid the extra costs and uncertainty of independence.
With most experts predicting an interest rate rise late this year or early next, here's how fund managers are preparing their portfolios.
Simon Brazier, the Citywire A-rated Threadneedle fund manager, is taking a team to Investec to run high energy 'alpha' funds.
First State's veteran Asia fund manager makes another foray into debate on independent Scotland.
Five wealth managers reveal their favourite investment trusts they recommend to clients.
Our man in Japan reports back from an economy at a crossroads. Shares are cheap but investors are wary of a value trap.
Jonathan Miller, Citywire's head of research, explains the latest changes to his team's list of fund recommendations.
Emerging market sweet spot raises Phoenix Hawksmoor Vanbrugh fund’s game.
Ruffer Investment Company managers have 25% exposure to US dollar on fears of pound's 'frailties'.
Triggered by discount concerns, veteran trust Edinburgh Worldwide now has a smaller company mandate and has been thoroughly overhauled by new manager Douglas Brodie.
Contrarian investing isn't just about identifying oversold shares - some fund pickers also like to stand out from the crowd.