Master Investor Magazine
Special supplement for International Women's Day 2019.
STILL A NO-BRAINER FOR DIVIDEND INVESTORS?
By John Kingham
4 ETFS TO DIVERSIFY FROM THE MARKET
By Filipe R. Costa
HOW THE PROFESSIONALS ARE BRACING FOR IMPACT
By Nick Sudbury
THE FALL OF THE “BOND KING"
By Tim Price
All other topics covered in this issue
Inside the mind of the Master Investor: British billionaire investor Jim Mellon reveals his latest thoughts on the markets.
Mark Watson Mitchell explains some very interesting facts about gold – and why the precious yellow metal is a long-term winner!
Richard Gill, CFA, chooses three small-cap stocks that he reckons should do well no matter what happens with Brexit.
Jamie Ross, Fund Manager of Henderson EuroTrust, explains the rationale behind the inclusion of the Dutch technology company ASML in his portfolio.
James Faulkner catches up with Phil Kent of GCP Infrastructure Investments to see whether the infrastructure sector still offers that attractive mix of income growth and capital protection.
Veteran chartist David Jones takes a look at the concept of a market being overbought or oversold – where the trend in question is still strong, but maybe it is getting somewhat overstretched.
Gold and silver have been rising on the back of a weaker US dollar. Ex-IG chief market strategist David Jones looks at whether or not the rally will continue.
Alternative investments used to be the domain of the larger institutional investor only, but no more. Oxford Capital explain the pros and cons of investing in EIS schemes.
Andrew Latto, CFA, unveils the crème de la crème of the European stock markets, featuring some of the companies held by two UK investing stars – Nick Train and Terry Smith.
Robert Stephens, CFA, argues that demand for Diageo's alcoholic beverages may remain robust – even if the global growth outlook deteriorates.
Richard Gill, CFA, reviews Initial Public Offerings, a book written by Professor Arif Khurshed, aimed at providing information on how IPOs work and how they perform in investment terms.
All the hottest upcoming investor events in March and beyond.
Market data for the month of February.
Investing in the age of populismView more >
SUPPLEMENT - THE EDGE (SUMMER 2019)
Summer Edition 2019View more >
Investing in the age of populismView more >
The sharing economy
Opportunity or ideology?View more >
Grabbing the bull by the hornsView more >
SUPPLEMENT - THE EDGE (SPRING 2019)
Spring Edition 2019View more >
How to get the most from your ISA & SIPPView more >
How to invest in 2019View more >
Down but not outView more >
Investing for GrowthView more >
Black gold shines again
How to ride the recovery in the oil priceView more >
How to position your portfolio for a new investment climateView more >
The Dividend King
How one trust grew its dividend for more than half a centuryView more >
The Healthcare Revolution
Investing for a healthier future with OrbiMed’s Sven BorhoView more >
Where next for Britain's favourite investment?View more >
How to give your finances a Spring CleanView more >
Death of the High Street
Where next for the retail sector?View more >
Around the World in Eight Investments
Fidelity’s Tom Stevenson goes globe-trekking for the best returnsView more >
How to play the next emerging marketView more >
How to Invest in 2018View more >
The Future of Money
Cash, Crypto or Gold?View more >
The American Dream
Investing in the world’s most dynamic economyView more >
Investing in an age of longevityView more >
The new arms race
15 stocks to dominate the modern battlefieldView more >
Curse or Opportunity?View more >
The Aviation Revolution
And how to profit from itView more >
Who will win?View more >
La Belle France
It's time to feast on the crème de la crème of the French stock marketView more >
Driving into the future
Move your portfolio up a gear with the automotive revolutionView more >
Fidelity's Tom Stevenson
Keeping the Faith with MarketsView more >
Invest with the prosView more >
Prepare to harvest the next growth marketView more >
The end of globalisation
We reveal the winners and losersView more >
Financial Crisis II
How to prepare for the inevitable crashView more >
How to protect your portfolio from investors’ worst enemyView more >
The End of Austerity?View more >
How to play the next bull marketView more >
Time for Take-Off
How growth in global air travel can lift your portfolioView more >
How to profit from the coming revolutionView more >
How to Invest Like Warren BuffettView more >
Can you afford it?View more >
The Rise of the Machines
How to invest in the age of the robotView more >
The Death of Commodities?
Plumbing the depths of the commodity marketView more >
Big Ideas for 2016
Packed full of trading and investment ideas for the New YearView more >
How to cash in on the new arms raceView more >
Is There a Bubble in Biotech?
Is the biotech boom at an end?View more >
How to invest in the final frontierView more >
A Conflict of Interest
When will interest rates rise?View more >
Land of the rising stock marketView more >
Our guide to investing in the sweet spot of the marketView more >
How to pick the perfect share
We sort the wheat from the chaff in the UK marketView more >
Whoever wins, Britain loses
General election 2015View more >
The pinnacle of bricks & mortar investment
Empire State Building: own a piece of history through the REITView more >