Choosing an income fund by formula solves more than one puzzle.
The tale of a lump sum in need of a – sort of – retirement home
The Bearbull income portfolio has put in another good performance, but the backdrop will only get tougher
Hornby's iconic status blinds investors to the realities of its business model
Deal-driven and led by strategic reviews, these are some of the counter-intuitive characteristics of a top company boss
Brexit talks begin for real on Monday. Reason enough to hedge sterling but shun the euro
In investment, don't think 'good' or 'bad'; think 'profitable' or 'unprofitable'
If a company faces an existential moment, it makes sense for outside shareholders to leave
Panic selling can be sensible, but, if the losses have been sustained, it can be sensible to stick
Is beta much use at all? You look at movements in Antofagasta's share price and wonder
France's electoral adventure reminds us of the importance of currency diversification
Sometimes, existential threats can be glimpsed. But that does not mean they are priced into a company's shares - witness Imagination Technologies
An exchange-traded fund aims to make money from one of the most urgent issues of the age
To see that share prices are threatened, look no further than the basic rating of the leading indices for UK shares
The image of private equity is alluring. The reality of its performance may be something else
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