Investors who bought RBS shares hoping for a dividend are likely to have to wait 'until at least 2017' following latest results
Investors who drove the RBS (LON:RBS) share price up 11 per cent over the past year are likely to have to wait until 2017 to see the banking giant pay a dividend, according to Rob James, banking analyst at Old Mutual Global Investors.
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Clive Beagles, the veteran manager of the JO Hambro Capital Management UK Equity Income fund, has revealed the large cap mining stocks he believes are value right now, and those he is shunning.
The quest for income is no longer easy. So says Julian Chillingworth, chief investment officer at Rathbone Unit Trust Management. An urbane veteran of the investment industry, Chillingworth is specifically referring to predictable and reliable income stocks in the UK market.
Investors will soon turn their thoughts to the end of the tax year, and the funds, both open- and closed-ended, in which they can invest in order to maximise their income, grow the size of their portfolio or – for those who have a longer-term perspective and the inclination – add a sliver of risk to their holdings in the hope of garnering outsized future returns.
Helal Miah, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, has outlined the six stocks he believes private investors should be looking at for their ISA this year.
Following a period of months of examining the stock as the share price declined, Richard Buxton, manager of the £2 billion Old Mutual UK Alpha equity fund has revealed the reasons why he began investing in Tesco (LON:TSCO) shares.
'Liquidity' should be the main concern for investors in the 6.25 per cent Rectory Homes mini-bond, says top performing bond fund manager
Rectory Homes, a property developer that is focused on the South East of England, has launched a secured five-year fixed term bond paying an interest rate of 6.25 per cent.
Carl Stick, manager of the high-performing Rathbone Income fund, which moved past £1 billion in assets last week, has outlined the stocks and sectors he is focusing on to generate income in the current climate.
Nick Train, manager of the Finsbury Growth and Income trust (LON:FGT), which has returned 227 per cent over the past ten years, compared to 97 per cent for the average trust in the AIC UK Equity Income sector in the same period, has outlined the stocks which he is investing in to capitalise on the tumbling inflation rate, and the waves of quantitative easing being launched into the global economy by the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Bank of Japan.
Neil Woodford, the top-performing manager of the £4.7 billion Woodford UK Equity Income fund has cautioned investors against investing in the Eurozone in order to capitalize on anticipated gains from Quantitative Easing (QE) in the economic bloc.
Darius McDermott, managing director of fund supermarket Chelsea Financial Services, has outlined the ten worst performing open-ended funds available to UK investors over the past three years.
HSBC's £324 billion cash pile means income investors 'don't have to worry about the dividend', despite the bad news
Income investors who have alighted on HSBC (LON:HSBA) shares as a boring, but reliable, source of income, shouldn’t be overly concerned about the profit and share price falls this morning, asserted Rob James, banking analyst at Old Mutual Global Investors.
Adrian Frost, manager of the £7 billion Artemis Income fund has disclosed the reasons why he has been buying more shares in mining giant Rio Tinto during the past month, despite the precipitous recent falls in commodity prices.
Sebastian Lyon, manager of £2.5 billion Troy Trojan fund has defended his decision to retain a huge investment in gold bullion and gold ETFs in his fund, despite the ultra-low inflation environment gripping the world at present.
Thomas Moore, manager of the £800 million Standard Life UK Equity Income fund, which has returned 73 per cent over the past three years, compared to 45 per cent for the average fund in the IA UK Equity Income sector over the same period, has revealed the stocks he has been buying for income in recent months.
Today What Investment can reveal more details about the new investment trust being launched by star fund manager Neil Woodford in the coming months, with greater clarity on the pricing structure, and type of assets being invested in.