magazine 18 Oct 2018
This week’s Shares includes a special on the global sell off, looking at the factors behind the correction and highlighting some potential opportunities created by the market weakness.
Also in the issue: the fund manager retaining his faith in growth stocks, details on how to grab a slice of growing Asian income, plus an explainer on what bond proxies are, what they are not and how they have performed.
Find out about the top UK income funds, why annuities could be due a rethink and the fall-out from the Patisserie accounting scandal. The digital magazine also features an article on the new collective managed by renowned stock picker Richard Penny.
Our best buy ideas in the wake of the global equity shake-out
Four bargain stocks and investment trusts to buy now
Convenience food giant sells entire US operation after almost a decade
Premium apparel brand blames balmy weather for profits woe, but is the brand becoming tired?
We explore the reasons why these companies are struggling
Investors should get in on the ground floor of star fund manager’s new portfolio
Dividends are rising fast in the Asia Pacific region and several funds are poised to capitalise
The investment trust income story does not end with stocks and bonds
We reveal everything investors need to know about this grouping of stocks
The collectives which would have delivered the most cash back to investors on a £10,000 investment
Higher rates are boosting returns from these income-for-life products
Were there any signals ahead of the shocking news that the AIM company’s finances weren’t as strong as people thought?
Future direction of UK's flagship index to be driven by banks, oil firms and miners
Sell-off is an opportunity to buy quality stocks, says Legal & General GARP guru Gavin Launder
Popular investment trust trades at a very appealing price following the recent market sell off
Few companies can rival this companies track record of revenue, profit, cash flow and dividend growth
Customer outcomes and financial performance tick the right boxes for US hospitals