magazine 15 Nov 2018
Compounding is one of the greatest gifts to investors who are able to sit tight and reinvest all their dividends. The new issue of Shares explains how it works.
Also this week: Are stocks in a bear market and does it matter? Shares also looks at ETFs getting active, investment trusts chasing unicorns and whether capital preservation funds are up to the job.
Find out about pension tax relief, why the dividend is so important at Vodafone and the select few small cap pharmaceutical stocks making a profit.
The digital magazine also features an article on how Blue Whale’s growth fund has become a top performer a year after launch.
How reinvested dividends unlock the benefits of a buy and hold approach
We explore the profitable companies in this notoriously high risk part of the market
Mobile telecoms giant lifts guidance while maintaining first-half payout
Groceries firms are struggling according to the latest round of sector data
Analysts stress a ban could take years to enforce and may not even happen
Consultant PwC takes the country’s economic temperature
More than £22m is ready for deployment as company pursues M&A value strategy
We take a look at this growing space, how to define it and the challenges it faces
We reveal how a hugely successful new fund approaches stock picking and differentiates itself from the crowd
How you can use investment trusts to invest in private growth companies
These funds aim to protect investors’ capital come rain or shine
We reveal ways to keep your costs down and help bolster your returns
We look at a new piece of research from Morgan Stanley as supplier warnings take a bite out of Apple
The conclusions to draw as the legendary investor turns away from fixed income
We discuss the impact on the food and drug supply chain
Inflation-benchmarked dividend is a powerful value creator for investors
The FTSE 100 pharma giant is now looking more attractive after a long period in the doldrums
Credit check company chalks up strong trading
We believe people are being too negative about the company’s prospects