Exclusive: The three best global technology stocks to buy today, by manager of the £4 billion Scottish Mortgage Investment trust
Tom Slater, co-manager of the £4 billion Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust, which has returned 104 per cent over the past five years, compared to 48 per cent for the average trust in the AIC Global sector, has revealed the three technology stocks on which he is most keen right now.
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Darius McDermott, managing director at Chelsea Financial Services, has revealed the two technology funds he prefers for investors today.
Tom Moore, who runs the £1.25 billion Standard Life UK Equity Income Unconstrained fund, which has returned 63 per cent over the past five years, compared to 52 per cent for the average fund in the IA UK Equity Income sector in the same time period, has asserted that Saga shares have the capacity to provide sustainable income for years to come.
Chris Wright, who runs the Premier Optimum Income fund, which has a yield of 7.6 per cent, has revealed the reasons why he has sold his shares in oil giants BP and Shell.
Tristan Chapple, a director of the Aurora Investment trust, has revealed the reasons why he he has a substantial investment in the shares of troubled UK supermarket group Tesco.
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Why I'm happy to own Lloyds Banking Group and Barclays shares, despite Brexit, by investor of £1.3 billion
Job Curtis, manager of the £1.3 billion City of London investment trust, which has increased its dividend for each of the past fifty years, has disclosed for What Investment that he is content to keep owning shares in UK banks Lloyds and Barclays, despite the uncertainty unleashed by the EU referendum result.
Although the decline in the value of sterling is likely to lead to a sharp increase in the rate of inflation, it is not a pressing worry for investors, according to a brace of top analysts.
Star fund manager Neil Woodford, whose £8.9 Woodford Equity Income fund has returned 23 per cent in the twenty five months since launch, compared to 8 per cent for the average fund in the IA UK Equity Income sector in the same time period, has revealed the thee UK IPOs in which he has bought shares this month.
John Baker, manager of the JP Morgan UK Dynamic Fund, has revealed for What Investment the reasons why he continues to own shares in UK house builders, despite the stark share price declines seen by the sector since the EU referendum result was announced.
Whilst the opportunities to profit from buying US technology stocks is diminishing as the sector becomes ‘mature’, there are a number of value companies according to Hugh Grieve, co-manager of the Miton US Opportunities fund.
Francis Brooke, manager of the £2.7 billion Troy Income fund, which has returned 36 per cent over the past three years compared to 18 per cent for the average fund in the IA UK Equity Income sector in the same time period, has revealed the two FTSE 100 stocks he has bought more of as a result of the Brexit-induced share price falls.
UK commercial property rents 'likely to fall 10 per cent' in the aftermath of Brexit, says veteran investor
Jim Rehlaender, manager of Old Mutual Global Property Securities fund has asserted that UK commercial property rents are likely to fall by 10 per cent in the aftermath of the UK voting to leave the EU.
Dale Nicholls, manager of the £1.43 billion Fidelity China Special Situations investment trust, has revealed that he aims to increase the exposure of the trust to the unquoted sector, while maintaining the present habit of investing in companies exposed to what he calls ‘the new China.’
Rising UK inflation likely to be bad news for Tesco shares, but BT shares can be a winner, says investor of £550 million
Stephen Bailey, co-manager of the Liontrust Macro Equity Income fund, has asserted that with UK inflation likely to rise in the near term, Tesco shares are a poor investment, while BT will be ‘among the few winners.’
The latest inflation data from the Office of National Statistics, released this morning, showed an increase to 0.5 per cent, but investors should expect a much more profound increase in future, according to Ben Brettell, senior economist at Hargreaves Lansdown.