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?
Capitalisation-weighted index trackers have seen their exposure to Covid winners increase at the expense of the Covid losers, which leaves them open to a reversal of fortune in 2021.
The new C share issue gives investors the chance to benefit from the fund’s reliable and uncorrelated return without having to pay the 11% premium.
The world’s second largest economy has actually grown this year and its stock market has delivered strong returns, which are accessible via a number of specialist funds.
Growth has outperformed value for more than a decade, but the development of an effective vaccine could herald a major turning point.
Round Hill Music Royalty (LON:RHM) raised $282m at its recent IPO, which it will use to generate an attractive and growing income by investing in music intellectual property.