June 1, 2017 - 9:00am | Ceri Jones
Threat to dividend payouts and a stronger pound mean income investors should be looking beyond the UK.

The risks and rewards of the new breed of tracker funds

Smart beta can no longer be ignored, but investors need to understand exactly what they are investing in, according to Thesis Asset Management’s Steven Richards.

20 years on: could the Asian financial crisis be repeated?

Schroders fund manager Matthew Dobbs was in the eye of the storm in 1997. He examines why it happened and whether it could be repeated.

Model Portfolio review: All change as top fund holdings skew the balance

Strong long-term performance from some holdings, a desire to introduce targeted regional exposure and weeding out relatively poor funds, means nine of our 12 model portfolios are adjusted in this quarterly review. Andrew Pitts and Holly Black explain why.

How 'gearing' boosts investment trust returns in rising markets

Borrowing to invest comes with risk warnings attached – but it can boost returns in a big way if used with sufficient care and attention, as Fiona Hamilton explains.

I’m a 20-year-old novice investor: here’s how I picked my first share

Using techniques picked up studying economics at the University of Sheffield, novice investor Danny Beddard outlines how he is starting his investment journey.