William Meadon, co-manager of the JP Morgan Claverhouse Investment Trust, which has increased its dividend for each for the past 43 years, has revealed the stocks he believes have the ‘quality’ to withstand any Brexit storms.
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Ben Lofthouse, manager of the Henderson International Income investment trust, has revealed for What Investment the stocks he is buying from around the world for growth.
Simon Elliot, head of investment trust research at Winterflood Securities has revealed the trusts he believes offer value for investors seeking protection from Brexit turmoil.
Henry Dixon, manager of the £478 million GLG UK Undervalued Assets fund, which returned 10 per cent in 2015, has disclosed the two gold mining companies he finds attractive investments for the current uncertain times.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney signalled in a speech this afternoon that its ‘central case is for Brexit to cause an economic slowdown, with UK interest rates rising this summer as a result.
Mark Martin, whose Neptune UK Mid Cap fund has more than doubled investors money in the past five years, has revealed the UK mid cap stocks he thinks are an opportunity following the recent market carnage.
Why I'm 'likely to buy more' Lloyds Banking Group shares after Brexit, despite dividend worries, by investor of £200 million
Stephen Message, who runs the £208 million Old Mutual UK Equity Income fund, which has returned 52 per cent over the past five years, compared to 42 per cent for the average fund in the sector, has asserted that the Brexit result means he is likely to buy more shares in Lloyds Banking Group and Barclays.
Mark McKenzie, portfolio manager and investment adviser on the Thomas Miller Investments Diversified Assets fund has revealed the three investment trusts he has faith in for accessing the UK property market at a time when many investors fear the impact of the EU referendum result on the market.
Investors should focus on the US, on certain very large companies, and on long dated bonds to profit from Brexit uncertainty, according to David Jane, manager of the Miton Cautious Multi Asset fund.
James McCann, UK economist at Standard Life Investments has asserted that the decision of the UK electorate to leave the EU will likely lead to a recession.
The winners of the What Investment Unit Trust Awards have been revealed. The awards were judged by Jason Hollands, managing director at Tilney Bestinvest, Darius McDermott, of Chelsea Financial Services, Nathan Sweeney, fund manager at Architas, and Patrick Connolly, of Chase De Vere.
Why I think Glaxosmithkline shares are a 'quality' investment right now, by prominent income investor
Blake Hutchins, co-manager of the Investec Global Quality Equity Income fund, has asserted that shares in Glaxosmithkline shares are reliable income investment right now.
For years, it seemed as though every guide or advice on investments was geared towards men. Of course this is probably because until quite recently men really were the bread winners of the family. But now, with more and more women being professionals in their own right, and quite often being the working parent within the family, it’s about time someone put together some advice for women. Here are a few thoughts on successful investing geared towards women who might like to begin tucking some funds away for the future.
Why Tesco shares can be a 'winner' of an investment along with Lloyds Banking Group and Morrisons, by star investor
Alastair Mundy, who runs the £832 million Temple Bar Investment Trust, which has returned 93 per cent over the past decade, compared to 56 per cent for the average trust in the AIC UK Equity Income sector in the same time period, has asserted that Tesco and Lloyds Banking Group will be amongst the ‘winners’ in share price terms in the coming years.
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Exclusive: The FTSE 100 stock that could 'gain 10 per cent' as a result of Brexit, by top income investor
Eric Moore, manager of the £175 million Miton Income fund, has asserted that one particular FTSE 100 stock could gain 10 per cent as a result of Brexit.
Nick Greenwood, the city veteran who invests in other investment trusts through his Miton Worldwide Opportunities fund, has revealed the two property funds he thinks can do well in a post-Brexit world.