magazine 10 May 2018
Do you have an idea as to how much money you can realistically make from investing? The new issue of Shares analyses the historical performance of stocks, bonds and cash over different time periods to see the difference in returns.
Also this week: Discover what’s behind the FTSE 100’s big comeback; learn why it can be dangerous to ignore dividend growth rates; and read the bull and bear case for retailer Next.
The digital magazine examines what’s gone wrong at Woodford Patient Capital. It explains how a certain investment trust has a really smart method of picking stocks. And Direct Line, Rolls-Royce, Ibstock and Games Workshop are among the shares being analysed.
History gives us a clue on the potential returns from stocks, bonds and cash
Fantasy miniatures seller could face a high hurdle in the short term
The UK’s flagship index is outperforming other major indices
Regulatory and nationalisation risks drive investors overseas
Shareholder urges P2P fund to shut down rather than pursuing new secured loan strategy
Fidelity Special Values’ fund manager advises investors to look for cheap stocks with recovery potential
Strong brands and limited exposure to price comparison sites gives the company an advantage
Could the company finally be moving closer to drilling on its assets?
It is considered best-in-class, so why aren’t analysts excited about the stock?
We explain why the popular fund is now trading at a discount to NAV instead of a premium as it has done in the past
Strategic Equity Capital taps into a network of experts as well as carrying out specific financial analysis
Releasing property wealth could provide the extra cash you need
Latest figures suggest many people aren’t thinking about the impact of inflation on very low savings returns
Make sure you consider the impact of inflation on your investment returns
Facebook hopes cheaper Oculus Go headset will help drive mass adoption
More capital expenditure required to facilitate online grocer’s overseas expansion
New boss but same old problems facing newspaper business
Movements in commodity prices and currencies provide important signals
There has been mixed reaction to the latest swathe of share repurchase plans
Cost cuts and growth outside UK other key issues
British Land and Land Securities both slated to report full year results
Aero-engineer has the right man and the right plan to drive earnings recovery
Growth in earnings, cash flow and dividend is not currently reflected in its valuation
With regulations hitting asset managers hard in the last couple of years, this company is providing the solutions
Packaging industry engineering special situation pays off