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Exclusive: The three FTSE 100 stocks I'm selling because I don't think the dividend will last, by top income investor
Lucy McDonald, manager of the Brunner Investment Trust, which has increased its dividend for each of the past 44 years, has revealed the three FTSE 100 stocks she has been selling out of as she believes the dividends won’t be maintained long term.
The latest estimate for UK GDP, released this morning, was better than expected an implied that the outlook for the UK economy may be better than feared in the immediate aftermath of the EU referendum, according to Chris Beauchamp, senior market strategist at IG Group.
Job Curtis, who runs the City of London Investment Trust, a £1.4 billion fund that has increased its dividend for each of the past thirty years under his tenure, has revealed the reasons why he has been investing more capital in Lloyds Banking Group shares.
Stephen Bailey, who runs the Liontrust Macro Equity Income fund has revealed the reasons why he has sold all of his shares in Shell and BP.
Richard Penny, who runs the £222 million Legal and General UK Special Situations fund has revealed exclusively for What Investment the three FTSE 100 shares he thinks can gain at least 14 per cent from here.
After seven years of sitting at 0.5%, in August the Bank of England cut the bank base rate to a new record low of 0.25%.
Chris White, who runs the Premier Monthly Income fund, which has a yield of over 4 per cent, has revealed the FTSE 250 retailer he has sold all of his shares in as he feels the turnaround will take too long following the UK’s vote to leave the EU.
Veteran UK smaller companies investor Harry Nimmo, whose £1.1 billion Standard Life UK Smaller Companies fund returned 29 per cent in 2015, compared to 14 per cent for the average fund in the sector in the same time period, has revealed the two UK shares he sold on the back of fears about the EU referendum result.
Exclusive: The FTSE 250 stock that is a 'world leader at what it does and can be bought cheaply right now', by star investor
Julian Fosh, the star investor who runs the Liontrust UK Growth fund which has returned 22 per cent over the past year. Compared to 11 per cent for the average fund in the sector in the same time period, has revealed the FTSE 250 stock he believes is a ‘world leader at what it does’, but remains cheaply valued.
The best way to invest in UK commercial property in the wake of Brexit, by investor with a 4.8 per cent yield
Richard Kirby, who runs the £1 billion F&C UK Commercial Property Investment Trust, has revealed what he thinks is the best way for investors to manage their property holdings in the immediate aftermath of the EU referendum result.
Wesley McCoy, who runs the Standard Life UK Equity Unconstrained Fund, which has returned 111 per cent over the past five years, compared to 73 per cent for the average fund in the IA UK All Companies Sector in the same time period, has revealed the two shares he has disposed of on fears that the EU referendum result will hamper their prospects.
Nick Greenwood, who runs the Miton Global Opportunities investment trust, which invests in other investment trusts, has revealed the funds he is buying because he feels the discounts will narrow.
Genuine diversification away from the equity and bond markets and strong income potential are central attractions for investing in property right now, and one fund stands out in particular, according to Adrian Lowcock, investment director at Architas.
Economic conditions remain favourable for investors seeking exposure to gold, despite the steep rise in the price of the precious metal this year, according to Nick Peters, multi-asset investor at Fidelity, who has been buying more gold.
The FTSE 100 stocks I've been selling because the dividends are no longer reliable, by investor of £1.1 billion
Tom Moore, who runs the Standard Life UK Equity Income Unconstrained fund, which has returned 106 per cent over the past five years, compared to 76 per cent for the average fund in the sector over the past five years, has revealed the two FTSE 100 stocks he has been selling as he fears the income potential has weakened.
Chris White, manager of the £216 million Premier Monthly Income fund which has a yield of 4.3 per cent, has asserted that the shares of Lloyds Banking Group can produce reliable dividends, particularly as the economic outlook changes.