With dividends being resumed and the vaccination programme well underway, British income stocks could be on the verge of a fast recovery.
These new investment trusts hope to generate predictable and attractive returns from digital infrastructure.
Average investment trust discounts have narrowed considerably since the development of the various vaccines, but pockets of value remain.
Fund fees have been falling for years, but one fund manager has recently requested that an increase be put to shareholders, otherwise they have threatened to terminate their agreement.
The inauguration of Joe Biden on 20 January is likely to deliver a big boost for the renewable energy sector and infrastructure spending in general.
Asia is well-placed to deliver strong returns in 2021, with the investment trusts that operate in the region likely to be major beneficiaries.
None of us will forget 2020 in a hurry, but from an investment standpoint it is possible that 2021 could be just as memorable.
One of the most profitable areas for investors in 2020 was Bitcoin, but it is hard to think of any other asset that sparks such fierce debate. Should you invest?
The Finsbury Growth & Income investment trust has an excellent long-term track record and despite losing money in 2020 has significantly outperformed its benchmark.
Shorting growth stocks like Tesla has cost one fund manager his job, but should fund managers stick to their guns or be prepared to change their minds?