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Neptune's Martin avoids momentum strategy to dodge UK equity pitfalls
The Neptune UK Mid Cap fund has done well year to date, while a lot of its peers have lost money.
6 shares the pros are buying and selling
A roundup of trades by professional investors. This time we look at Celtic Football Club, Pace, Severfield, Restore, Epwin and Cranswick.
Blacklisted! 10 highlights in Sanlam's UK equity income fund study
Sanlam Private PI's study has seen a number of changes over the last six months, with several new additions to its black and white lists.
Who bought & sold Brewin after £32m tech writedown
Brewin Dolphin continues to be backed by a host of star fund managers and there was interesting trading in the stock after it revealed it would take a hit from a failed IT system.
How will next leg of price war hit discretionaries?
Discretionary fund managers are not immune from pricing pressure, but say they should not just be judged on cost.
Axa IM's AAA-rated St John: markets vulnerable to earnings blow
We are still waiting to see of earnings growth bears out company valuations, the Citywire AAA-rated managers says.
Revealed: the fund stars of the future
Our readers give their verdict on the star performers of tomorrow.
Schroders sold 4.5 million Just Retirement shares on Budget day
The asset management firm reduced it stake in the life firm on the same day the chancellor unveiled a dramatic overhaul of the pensions industry.
Schroders sets out hard closure plans for UK funds
Schroders has told analysts that it is likely to hard close some of its most popular UK equity funds in the months ahead.
Performance review: why VWM Wealth’s Thomson is buying UK small caps
David Thomson, chief investment officer at VWM Wealth, has reduced his exposure to emerging markets and Japan in favour of UK smaller companies.