Peter Elston, manager of the Seneca Income and Growth investment trust has revealed the reason why he has much less capital allocated to US stocks than the market as a whole.
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Gervais Williams: The three UK smaller companies that have been made bargains by the recent market turmoil
Gervais Williams, manager of the Miton UK Smaller Companies fund, which has returned 69 per cent over the past three years, compared to 35 per cent for the average fund in the IA UK Smaller companies sector in the same time period, has revealed the three stocks he believes have been made bargains by the recent market turmoil.
Hugh Grieves and Nick Ford, managers of the Miton US Opportunity fund, have revealed how they are finding value in US equities right now.
Tom Walker, the veteran manager of the Martin Currie Global Portfolio Trust, which has returned 63 per cent over the past five years, compared to 38 per cent for the average fund in the AIC Global sector in the same time period, has revealed the FTSE 100 stock he feels is a bargain right now.
Nicholas Price took over as manager of the Fidelity Japanese Values Investment Trust in September, promptly sold 80 per cent of the holdings and has now disclosed for What Investment how he intends to make money for investors.
Lloyds Banking Group dividend growth can mean the shares rise 69 per cent in two years, says investor with £120 million of them
Steve Davies, manager of the Jupiter UK Growth fund, which has returned 22 per cent over the past three years, has asserted that the rising dividend in Lloyds Banking Group will mean the shares rise rapidly.
Nick Train, manager of the Finsbury Growth and Income Trust, which has returned 93 per cent over the past three years, compared to 51 per cent for the average trust in the AIC UK Equity Income sector has revealed the reasons why he has kept buying shares in FTSE 100 fashion brand Burberry, despite the share price weakness.
Mike Prentis, manager of the high-performing BlackRock UK Smaller Companies Investment Trust has revealed the stocks he is buying for value right now.
If the UK votes to leave the EU in the forthcoming referendum, bank shares will be amongst the assets to suffer a sharp decline, according to David Coombs, multi-asset fund manager at Rathbones.
Simon Gergel, manager of the Merchants Investment Trust, which has a yield of over 6 per cent, has revealed the UK smaller company stock he has bought more of for income this month.
Simon Edelsten, manager of the Artemis Global Select fund, which has returned 63 per cent over the past five years, compared to 37 per cent for the average fund in the IA Global Sector in the same time period, has revealed the US stocks he thinks are good value right now.
John Bilton, head of global multi asset strategy at JP Morgan Asset Management, has revealed the areas of the market he believes could represent value if Brexit happens.
Harry Nimmo, the veteran manager of the £1.2 billion Standard Life UK Smaller fund, has revealed the stocks he has been buying and selling of late.
Star fund manager Mark Barnett, who manages the Invesco Perpetual Income and High Income funds, as well as the Edinburgh and Keystone Investment Trusts, has asserted that while there is one stock that has been made a bargain by recent volatility, one FTSE 100 stock has fallen by much more than is justified.
Confidence in dividend prospects means I have bought more Lloyds Banking Group shares, says manager of £1.1 billion income fund
Tom Moore, manager of the £1.1 billion Standard Life UK Equity Income Unconstrained fund, has revealed the reasons behind his decision to invest even more capital in Lloyds Banking Group shares.
David Jane, who manages the £318 million Miton Cautious Multi-Asset fund, has revealed the reasons why he is making new investments in UK commercial property funds.