Brexit has 'undoubtedly' made Lloyds Banking Group shares a worse investment, by investor who has sold £71 million worth since June
Alex Wright, who runs the £2.83 billion Fidelity Special Situations Investment Trust, has revealed that he has halved his stake in Lloyds Banking Group.
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Peter Elston, who jointly runs the Seneca Income and Growth investment trust, which has returned 36 per cent over the past three years, has revealed for What Investment the three reasons why he won’t buy US shares for income right now.
Alastair Mundy, who runs the £921 million Temple Bar Investment Trust, which has increased its dividend for each of the past twenty-three years, has revealed the reasons why he has started to buy gold, silver, and the shares of UK banks as a response to current economic conditions.
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The FTSE 100 share I've been buying because it looks to be at 'an extremely attractive price right now', by top investor
Henry Dixon, who runs the £512.5 million GLG UK Undervalued Assets fund, has revealed the one FTSE 100 stock he has started to buy because he feels that the shares are acutely attractively priced right now.
The FTSE 100 stock I'm invested in because it has 'exceptional management', by investor of £3.3 billion
Tom Dobell, the long-serving manager of the £3.3 billion M&G Recovery fund, has asserted that the ‘exceptional management’ behind Dixon Carphone is a key reason to own shares in the retail giant.
Investors should be careful not to overreact to any of the outcomes of the US presidential election, according to a brace of prominent investors.
Mike Felton, manager of the M&G UK Select Fund, which has returned has revealed the UK house builder share he believes is ‘undervalued’ right now.
The two FTSE 100 stocks I think are 'compelling long-term opportunities', by top performing investor of £1 billion
Ben Peters, who jointly manages the £1 billion Evenlode Income fund, which has returned 27 per cent over the past year compared to 12 per cent for the average fund in the IA UK All Companies sector in the same time period, has revealed the stocks he believes can be tremendous income opportunities for years to come.
Alex Ross, who runs the Premier Pan European Property fund, which has returned 132 per cent over the past five years, compared to 57 per cent for the average fund in the sector in the same time period, has revealed the area of the UK commercial property market he feels offers the best value right now.
Jason Hollands, managing director at Tilney Bestinvest, has revealed the funds he believes are best for investors to place into their SIPP now.
Job Curtis, who runs the £1.4 billion City of London Investment Trust, which has paid an increased dividend for each of the past fifty years, has revealed the reasons why he has been selling shares in pharma giants Astra Zeneca and Glaxosmithkline (GSK).
Nitesh Shah, analyst at ETF Securities has asserted that the oil price is likely to remain within the present very muted range, for a prolonged period of time.
Richard Saldanha, who runs the Aviva Investors Global Equity Income fund, has asserted that the shares of global consumer company Unilever remain an attractive income investment, despite the valuation.
James Balfour, who jointly runs the £943 million Aviva UK Equity Income fund has revealed the reasons why he won’t invest in the shares of Tesco, or any other UK supermarket.
Simon Gergel, the long serving manager of the £651 million Merchants Investment Trust, has revealed the stocks he has been buying to profit from the 10 per cent fall in the value of sterling since the EU referendum result.