Investment trusts are a global passport for investors, so join us on an international tour
By Algy Hall , 29 October 2014
The Monsters of Momentum screen has had another good year and now boasts a 97 per cent total return since inception in 2010, compared with 27 per cent from the FTSE All-Share. However, following recent market turmoil, Monsters have become harder to find.
If you're looking for growth on the cheap, Aim is the place to go, and following a tough 12 months the market is now showing a host of value opportunities
Targeting top-performing UK-focused companies has been a profitable strategy over the past three years, with our top five Best of British stocks delivering an 81 per cent return compared with 40 per cent from the market. This year, nine stocks qualify as Best of British.
Algy Hall reveals his fundamentals-based system for finding the investment trusts that should deliver significant outperformance.
Last year's high-yield free cash-flow shares comfortably outperformed the market, delivering a total return of 16.5 per cent compared with 6 per cent from the FTSE All-Share. Nine new shares made the grade this year