magazine 22 Nov 2018

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It is important to look at both the positives and negatives in order to form a balanced view when investing. Shares explores this subject by examining seven unloved stocks to see what lessons can be learned.

The digital magazine looks at the latest trends in the UK and US markets, and it explains why new house price data sent a shock through the housebuilding sector.

Read about popular stocks and funds in Junior ISAs, concentration risks with certain ETFs, and why the video advertising sector could be a target for the FAANGs.

Shares also launches a new case study series and answers readers’ latest questions on retirement issues.

Retail investor Paul and family are using investment funds to finance their future

We examine why they are getting the cold shoulder and how this is relevant to researching other investments

We look at the key announcements and how investors reacted to the news

Investors endure considerable volatility in both the US and UK

The FTSE 100 constituent is cautious about making new investments despite having a big cash pile

Three different sources of property data point to troubling market conditions

Increased focus on smaller companies and services is paying off

BMO Managed Portfolio has both growth and income portfolios based on a collection of close-ended funds

New research shows the latest trends for children’s investment accounts

Broadcasters with video-on-demand and advertising companies with digital outdoor capabilities are areas to monitor in 2019

NVIDIA’s warning may point to bigger problems in the semiconductor space

We look at how the market is developing and the sectors that could prosper or struggle

Fidelity Asian Values has proven wealth creation credentials

Driving games specialist is shifting gears with a boost from digital delivery

Growth remains the overarching theme at the global audio products innovator

Trading has improved across all regions amid progress with a potential £300m disposal

Yet the stock has since pulled back as several directors have offloaded stock

Portfolio concentration is an underappreciated risk with passive investment products

AJ Bell expert Tom Selby helps to clarify the rules