Sell in May and go away, says the old Wall Street adage. If you invest long-term but like to enhance your returns, it’s time to pack your bags and take a deserved break for six months!
Richard Gill reviews Trend Following Mindset, where author Michael Covel brings to life the conversations between himself and Tom Basso so readers can get into the mindset of the legendary calm trend trader.
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.
Richard Gill, CFA, looks at three small-cap companies he believes could see a rapid bounce back over the coming months.
With many markets setting fresh all-time highs, chartist David Jones thinks we can expect more of the same in 2021.
It may be that those who facilitate the EV revolution will prosper more than those who manufacture EVs, writes Victor Hill.
With the market in high spirits, Filipe R. Costa suggest four ETFs for value, recovery and momentum.
There is a growing school of thought that the combination of pent-up consumer demand and stimulus will lead to a surge in inflation, which could have a huge impact on the performance of the different asset classes.
In the hope that some of this year’s IPOs can repeat the success of the class of 2020, Richard Gill takes a look at a few of them.
Britain wanted an amicable divorce from Europe – but the spurned partner is in an unforgiving mood, writes Victor Hill.