Latest News - James Carthew
Trust Insider: can an IT-assassin turn its hand to trust management?
Weiss is best known for hastening the demise of unloved investment trusts - can it make a success of running its own?
Trust Insider: should you stick with misfiring Ruffer?
Ruffer is a fund I hold but fair to say it has not recently been one of my most successful investments
Trust Insider: where are the winners in a tough year for small-caps?
After many years of outperforming large cap stocks, smaller companies have been struggling this year
Trust Insider: time to jump aboard the biotech rollercoaster?
The biotech sector had a great run through 2012 and 2013 but some of the froth has come off the sector: is this a buying opportunity?
Trust Insider: a global income newcomer HINTs at its potential
The global equity income sector only used to have a couple of members but in recent years it has been expanding as new funds have been launched and others have broadened their remits
Trust Insider: not all plain sailing for Pacific Horizons
Baillie Gifford's Asia ex-Japan trust has turned around performance but suffering from contradictory discount controls
Trust Insider: the trust I would design if I won the Euromillions
A trust that I have always been interested in – because it is a bit like the imaginary fund I would run if I won the Euromillions lottery – is London & St Lawrence
Trust Insider: Maxing out the property recovery
Max Property's ambition was illustrated by the performance fee which offers rewards for returns in excess of 11% a year
Trust Insider: is deep discount European property worth a punt?
Discounts hovering around 50% in the region have sometimes proved a good buying occasion in the past - but is it now?
Trust Insider: top trusts for the brave in Eastern Europe
Superficially much of the region looks cheap, but what's the best way in?
Sarasin’s Boucher: why I like salmon with chocolate
Henry Boucher, manager of the £129 million Sarasin Food & Agriculture Opportunities fund, explains why he is gobbling up salmon and chocolate stocks.
Alibaba hype, the UK slowdown and opportunities in European sovereign bonds
Libby Ashby and leading wealth managers analyse what the Alibaba IPO hype means for Chinese equities, slowing growth of the UK economy and whether there’s anything left to play for in the European sovereign bond market.
Veteran banker boosts Sanlam’s stockbroking team
A veteran private banker has been recruited by Sanlam Private Investments to strengthen its advisory stockbroking team.
Profile: Psigma's Edinburgh boss on why he is in Scotland long term
When Tim Wishart agreed to launch an Edinburgh office for Psigma he was not expecting to head the company’s first overseas team