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

James Henderson: I am buying the Brexit winners and avoiding the losers

James Henderson speaks to Marina Gerner about the short and longer-term implications of Brexit for UK.

Share Watch: Four small cap shares that should be on your radar

Each month Richard Beddard trawls through annual corporate results for his Watchlist and the ShareSleuth portfolio of companies that satisfy key valuation metrics such as earnings yield and return on capital – and profiles the most interesting candidates.

Stephanie Flanders: Why investors should be backing Europe

Political risk factors have calmed in the eurozone, with Emmanuel Macron’s win in France and a knock-back for populists in the Netherlands. Italy aside, there are reasons to be cheerful for investors in Europe, says Stephanie Flanders.

The US equities conundrum: expensive but can’t be ignored

US shares look expensive on a range of measures and this does not bode well for holders of S&P 500 index tracker funds, cautions Tilney Bestinvest’s Jason Hollands. 

How did last year’s Fund Awards winners do?

Many of Money Observer’s 2016 fund award winners excelled over the past year, but others were left lagging as investors sought out value, writes Faith Glasgow.