Investors must always be ready to change their mind.
Our new annual Income Majors feature has been a useful tool to reassess my own portfolio
Food and pharma are emerging as urgent priorities in Brexit negotiations
Come on active fund managers, play fair
Listed companies are becoming less dynamic. It might be time to follow smart managers into the arms of unlisted ones
Theresa May expected a landslide but got an iceberg. Following the election, what new forces has she unleashed on portfolios?
Are family wealth transfers fair or should the state redistribute your assets?
The real issues that matter to the country's economic future have barely received a mention in a dismal election campaign
Private investors can learn much from the Church of England's successful investment fund
The NHS's recent IT troubles reminded me of why I am suspicious of big political ideas
Private investors can learn a lot from Warren Buffett's latest mea culpa
Optimists make better equity investors, but it's important not to lose sight of reality
Is the boss of Centrica right to criticise the government as anti-free market?
What does the surprise general election have in store for investors?
Safe shares don't always trump risky ones. After all, investing is about returns as much as it is about risks