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As shareholders prepare to vote on an overhaul of Alliance Trust's approach, we look at the track record of the men picked to run it.
Latest in string of profit warnings for publisher sends shares diving, delivering another blow to star fund manager Nick Train.
Lindsell Train has dropped 9% this year. Are shares in the UK's top performing but most expensive investment trust coming off the boil?
Lindsell Train, Witan, Woodford Patient Capital and BlackRock Income Strategies loom large in Numis' annual investment trust review.
Looking for inspiration for your investment trust portfolio? Winterflood Securities has published the annual review of its recommendations.
James Lowen and Clive Beagles say rival managers clustered around 'defensive' stocks could be hit by a strengthening of the move towards 'cyclical' shares.
Manager of Neptune European Opportunities explains why the fund was one of Europe's best performers last year.
Group targets cautious investors with two funds designed make money whatever stock market conditions prevail in the years ahead.
The investment trust winners who rode their luck in an action-packed year.
While James Henderson sings the praises of a 'new economy', Bruce Stout and Peter Ewins highlight their concerns about global debt.
Could this be the start of a great rotation into value stocks? Marten & Co director James Carthew puts forward the case.
Investment trust managers say it is time for financials to shine, following a challenging seven years.
Broker Tilney Bestinvest has highlighted 10 market-beating funds offering a less volatile ride than the index.
As the year draws to a close, we review 2016's investment trust opportunities and how those flagged in this column have panned out.
Don't miss our last round-up of investment trust analyst comments and recommendations for 2016.
Standard Life Investments' smaller company star leaves £391 million global fund to its co-manager to focus on his two main UK funds.
Shares in Edinburgh Worldwide investment trust are up just 3.3% this year despite 27% rally for global smaller companies.
A new fund to find the next generation of UK tech stocks is backed by Neil Woodford and Legal & General. We ask, where are other investors looking?
UK's capital markets are becoming less important, says M&G bond fund manager who believes a wave of cash will lift US bonds.
Neptune's Robin Geffen says the ‘free lunch’ is over for income investors who have relied on bond proxies or small and medium-sized companies to drive performance.