Shares in technology behemoth Apple remain undervalued, despite the enormous gains made by the stock over the course of the past year, according to Ben Rogoff, manager of the Polar capital investment trust.
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Nick Sketch, senior investment director at Investec Wealth and Investment has told What Investment that whilst Neil Woodford is one of the very truly exceptional fund managers in the UK market today, he doesn’t not currently hold the high–performing CF Woodford Equity Income fund right now, due to price concerns.
After an extensive search and consultation with an external judging panel, What Investment can reveal the winners of the 2015 Unit Trust awards.
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Bryn Jones, fixed income director at Rathbone Unit Trust management and manager of the absolute best performing fund in the IA Sterling Corporate Bond sector over the past three years, has outlined the strategy he is pursuing in both of his funds in order to minimise the impact from the current volatility in the bond markets.
In his latest financial stability report update this morning, Bank of England governor Mark Carney, talked up the negative consequences for the UK of a prolonged crisis in Greece and the Eurozone, and talked down the prospects of an interest rate rise in the UK.
Harry Nimmo, veteran manager of the £1 billion Standard Life UK Smaller Companies fund, has revealed the shares he has been buying more of recently, and those he has been selling.
A pair of prominent fund managers whose day job is investing in the Eurozone, have outlined the strategy they believe can protect investors from the fallout as Greece seems certain to default on its debts.
Why HSBC remains an attractive income investment, that's why I have invested over £40 million in it, says top fund manager
Job Curtis, manager of the £1.26 billion City of London investment trust, which has a dividend yield of 3.8 per cent, has outlined the reasons why he has invested over £40 million in HSBC (LON:HSBA) shares, despite the recent negativity surrounding the stock.
There have always been cubbyholes into which private investors could scurry from risk and volatility – havens of predictability in an investment landscape fraught with fragility and the potential for loss.
Guy Anderson, manager of the JP Morgan Mercantile Investment trust has revealed the reasons behind his decision to invest close to £95 million in UK house building stocks right now.
With most asset prices elevated and some of the traditionally strong dividend-paying sectors mired in various uncertainties, it is no longer easy to construct a portfolio of reliable income stocks.
George Godber, manager of the £277 million Miton UK Value Opportunities fund, which has returned 54 per cent since launch in March 2013 compared to just 23 per cent for the average fund in the IA UK Equity Income sector in the same time period, has revealed for What Investment the reasons why he won’t invest in Tesco shares right now.
Tom Stevenson, investment director at Fidelity Personal has counselled private investors not to panic about the consequences to their portfolio of the crisis in Greece.
Despite the negativity that presently surrounds the UK banking sector, shares in RBS (LON:RBS) represent a terrific opportunity for investors in the coming years according to Henry Dixon, manager of the High Performing GLG Undervalued Assets fund.
Many GPs have long considered themselves to be the unsung heroes of the NHS. They’re usually the first medic any patient visits and often the only person they need to see for treatment. When conditions are more serious, it is also the GP who will refer the patient to a more specialised medical expert.
The Patient Capital Investment trust, the recently launched investment trust run by star fund manager Neil Woodford, has raced to a large premium within a month of launching, so investors should consider alternatives if they can, agree a prominent analysts.
'I could probably have made a profit on Quindell shares but there were good reasons not to buy them', says top fund manager
Richard Penny, the veteran manager of the Legal and General Alpha Trust, which has around two thirds of its almost £200 million invested in AIM shares, disclosed to What Investment this morning that whilst he considered investing in the much discussed Quindell, the track record of the then chief executive caused him to reconsider.