Investing in Funds
The world of investment funds explained – without the jargon
Magazine | 26 Jun 2014
The winners of the What Investment Unit Trust Awards have displayed a real talent for growing investors’ money.
Magazine | 31 Mar 2014
We find out whether the most talked-about fund managers, such as Neil Woodford and Mark Mobius, live up to their reputation.
Magazine | 3 Feb 2014
Exclusive research from What Investment reveals the open-ended funds that have beaten their peers time after time.
Magazine | 28 Jul 2014
Finding an investment trust trading at a hefty discount to its net assets can be like spotting a shilling in a swamp.
Guides | 2 Jun 2014
Whether you’re an income investor or interested in long-term growth, balancing different regional stock markets in your portfolio will make all the difference to your returns.
Magazine | 28 May 2014
Meet the winners of the 2014 What Investment Trust Awards, all of which have delivered outstanding performance in their respective sectors.
Feature | 3 Apr 2014
For many years now, investors in venture capital trusts (VCTs) and the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) have been taking advantage of the significant renewables subsidies being offered by the government.
Magazine | ETFs | 27 Aug 2013
Explaining the logic behind passive investing, the important differences between tracker funds and ETFs, and the best-buy passive vehicles to follow markets from the FTSE 100 to the MSCI Emerging Markets index.
Magazine | 1 Apr 2012
With sales of cheap passive funds and ETFs on the increase, we look at whether active funds can justify their existence.
Magazine | 1 Jun 2012
Angelos Damaskos, who has run the Junior Gold Fund since launch in 2009, and Stuart Alexander, managing director of Gemini Investment Management, debate the outlook for gold.
Guides | Banking & savings | 16 Jan 2013
So you’ve been looking up mortgages online, furiously checking current mortgage rates and then calculating your mortgage payments to make sure you can actually afford them without having to appear on Deal or No Deal.