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David Kempton: 5 new stocks for my AIM portfolio

Apr 19, 2017 at 11:14

Experienced investor reflects on markets and adjusts portfolio of Alternative Investment Market shares after 34% gain since September.


Snap Election: what May's move means for investors

Apr 18, 2017 at 14:34

Whether the prospect of another election excites or alarms you, the prime minister's move underlines the need for balanced investments.


The Accumulator: sea of red as pound surges

Apr 21, 2017 at 14:32

The pound's surge ahead of the snap general election led to heavy losses for UK investors this week, our exclusive data table shows.

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Woodford raises £553 million for Income Focus fund

Apr 19, 2017 at 11:52

Neil Woodford's new higher-yielding income fund proves popular, but doesn't raise as much as his other funds.


Plan for the worst, hope for the best: get insurance!

Apr 20, 2017 at 14:21

Do you have insurance in place to cover you and your family in case you become ill, or die? You should.

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Investment Trust Insider: the new website from Citywire

Citywire’s new website Investment Trust Insider gives you the inside track on investment trusts and investment companies.

Investment fact sheets & tools

  • Citywire Ratings

    Every fund run by the Citywire-rated fund manager elite.

  • Markets & shares

    Every FTSE company – individual share fact sheets and prices, plus the risers and fallers of the day

    FTSE 100 | FTSE 250 | FTSE 350 

  • Comprehensive fund library

    Charts, graphs, league tables and fact sheets.

    Pick from every fund available

  • Investment trusts fact sheets

    All our investment trust sector tables and fact sheets

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