magazine 20 Sep 2018
Looking for help picking funds? The latest issue of Shares examines some of the new names in AJ Bell’s favourite funds list, plus some existing ones, and explains how the experts have made their selection from thousands of products.
Also this week: How women invest, why vaping crackdown could benefit UK tobacco stocks, and is the mood wrong on emerging markets?
Discover investment trusts with the highest charges and the benefits of tender offers. Read Shares’ analysis of FTSE 250 food group Bakkavor and learn why the mining sector is down nearly 13% this year.
Other stocks discussed in the digital magazine include ITV, Manx Telecom, Elecosoft, Harworth and Restore.
The company operates in a market where Network Rail is set to spend big money
There are question marks over the merits of the deal and how it would be funded
Isle of Man telco eyes direct to market and reseller opportunities
Nine out of 11 FTSE 350 sector constituents have seen their share price fall so far in 2018
We reveal why the team behind new Mobius EM trust is confident in a recovery
We explore how the FTSE 250 company makes its money
We examine why investment trusts go down this route and what it means for shareholders
We look at some collectives with big fees and examine if they are worth it
We look at the different options regarding tax treatment on retirement savings
Younger individuals have suffered financially in the aftermath of the credit crunch
Finsbury Food is a great example of a company that has proved it can navigate challenging market conditions
A central policy error could be the next catalyst for financial market disaster
‘Cool’ Juul is seen as the main victim of a crackdown on the e-cigarette market – which could be good for the UK-quoted tobacco stocks
A recent acquisition has scope to accelerate growth for attractive technology supplier
The company is able to chalk up strong returns thanks to active portfolio management
Document management business hasn't had the big GDPR-related uplift in earnings previously anticipated