Investing in key infrastructure and utility providers offers a less volatile way to benefit from the long-term potential of the emerging markets with the returns underpinned by an attractive quarterly dividend.
Funds and Investment Trusts
The future is undoubtedly rosy, but investors have already squeezed most of the juice from the markets. Filipe R. Costa looks at where the value still remains in markets.
There are few better guarantees that a fund manager or director is acting in your best interests than by having a significant personal investment, but the disclosure requirements leave a lot to be desired.
Gold and silver are the subject of market manipulation – or so the story goes – but what is the truth about these key commodities?
Soon-to-list UK Residential REIT is targeting a net total shareholder return of 10% per annum and a yield of 5.5% from a diversified portfolio of residential real estate.
Edinburgh Investment Trust’s first full year’s results under new manager James De Uphaugh show clear outperformance and a narrowing of the discount.
The best all-weather portfolios are built around dependable core holdings and there are few better than the Capital Gearing Trust.
The latest annual results cap a long period of outperformance for Scottish Mortgage, yet despite the recent weakness there is still plenty of possible upside with the managers re-positioning the portfolio for the next decade.
Cordiant Digital Infrastructure has successfully invested the majority of its IPO proceeds and has been rewarded with a buy rating by Investec.
Traditional asset allocation is unlikely to protect investors against a meaningful increase in inflation. Inflation-linked bond funds could be the solution, writes Nick Sudbury.