Standard Life's Harry Nimmo: The two AIM shares I like most right now 

News | Funds | 7 Jul 2015

Standard Life's Harry Nimmo: The two AIM shares I like most right now 

Harry Nimmo, the veteran manager of the Standard Life UK Smaller Companies fund, which has returned 274 per cent over the past decade, compared to 153 per cent for the average fund in the IA UK Smaller Companies sector in the same time period, has revealed the AIM stocks he has been buying of late. 

Latest from What Investment

Revealed: The two best funds for investors to protect their portfolio from any market turbulence caused by Greece 

Revealed: The two best funds for investors to protect their portfolio from any market turbulence caused by Greece 

News | Funds | 7 Jul 2015

The market rally this morning shows that investors are underestimating the potential risks to the UK of the consequences of Grexit, according to Sam Lees, head of research at Fundexpert.co.uk, who then went on to outline his favoured funds for avoiding any turmoil that might lay in wait for investors.

Tesco shares are 'too high risk' to be a good investment right now, according to prominent fund manager 

Tesco shares are 'too high risk' to be a good investment right now, according to prominent fund manager 

News | Shares & trading | 7 Jul 2015

The perception of Tesco shares (LON:TSCO) does not match the current risks associated with the company and it has a result been a poor investment for many years, according to Colin McLean, manager of the high performing SVM UK Growth fund. 

Hargeaves Lansdown: George Osborne's proposed 2015 budget inheritance tax changes are a 'nonsense'

Hargeaves Lansdown: George Osborne's proposed 2015 budget inheritance tax changes are a 'nonsense'

News | Markets | 6 Jul 2015

The proposed changes to the inheritance system to be announced by chancellor George Osborne in his budget this Wednesday over-complicate matters and are a ‘nonsense’ according to Danny Cox, chartered financial planner at Hargreaves Lansdown. 

Stephanie Flanders: What the Greek 'No' vote means for investors 

Stephanie Flanders: What the Greek 'No' vote means for investors 

News | Markets | 6 Jul 2015

Stephanie Flanders, the former BBC economics editor who is now chief market strategist at JP Morgan Asset Management, has disclosed what she believes will be the consequences for investors of the current turbulence in Greece.

Artemis: The best US stocks for investors to buy today 

Artemis: The best US stocks for investors to buy today 

News | Funds | 6 Jul 2015

Cormac Weldon, the veteran US equity investor who joined Artemis last year, has disclosed the stocks he has been buying for his new fund. 

JP Morgan: What the Greek 'No' vote means for investors today 

JP Morgan: What the Greek 'No' vote means for investors today 

News | Markets | 6 Jul 2015

The direct impact of the Greek people’s decision to reject the terms of a Eurozone bailout is likely to be limited in the short-term, but if the added uncertainty were to linger in for a considerable period of time, the consequences to the wider economy could be stark, according to Stephen Macklow-Smith, co-manager of the JP Morgan European Investment trust. 

 

Old Mutual: The best AIM stocks for investors today 

Old Mutual: The best AIM stocks for investors today 

News | Funds | 3 Jul 2015

Dan Nickols, the fund manager who has delivered an average annualised return of 26.8 per cent per annum for the past decade as manager of the £826 million Old Mutual UK Smaller Companies fund, has revealed for What Investment the AIM stocks he is investing in today. 

Why Apple shares are undervalued right now, by top technology fund manager 

Why Apple shares are undervalued right now, by top technology fund manager 

News | Shares & trading | 3 Jul 2015

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.

Why I won't buy Neil Woodford's equity income fund right now, by veteran money manager 

Why I won't buy Neil Woodford's equity income fund right now, by veteran money manager 

News | Funds | 2 Jul 2015

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.

Revealed: What Investment Unit Trust awards 2015: Winners revealed 

Revealed: What Investment Unit Trust awards 2015: Winners revealed 

News | Funds | 2 Jul 2015

After an extensive search and consultation with an external judging panel, What Investment can reveal the winners of the 2015 Unit Trust awards.

The best way to prepare your portfolio for the volatility ahead, by top performing bond fund manager 

The best way to prepare your portfolio for the volatility ahead, by top performing bond fund manager 

News | Funds | 1 Jul 2015

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. 

Latest comments from Mark Carney put prospect of UK interest rate rise further into the distance  

Latest comments from Mark Carney put prospect of UK interest rate rise further into the distance  

News | Markets | 1 Jul 2015

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. 

Standard Life's Harry Nimmo: The three UK smaller company shares I have bought this month

Standard Life's Harry Nimmo: The three UK smaller company shares I have bought this month

News | Funds | 1 Jul 2015

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.

Artemis: How to invest in the Eurozone right now, and avoid the fallout from the Greek crisis 

Artemis: How to invest in the Eurozone right now, and avoid the fallout from the Greek crisis 

News | Markets | 30 Jun 2015

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  

Why HSBC remains an attractive income investment, that's why I have invested over £40 million in it, says top fund manager  

News | Funds | 30 Jun 2015

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. 

🔒
Are there any safe havens left? David Thorpe explores the matter

Are there any safe havens left? David Thorpe explores the matter

Magazine | Running your portfolio | 30 Jun 2015

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.