magazine 28 Feb 2019
Global energy demand growth has created significant opportunities for investors. The latest issue of Shares offers various ways to invest in this theme.
Read part one of Shares’ guide to money in retirement: how much to save, how SIPPs work and understanding the main pension tax rules.
Discover why a new accounting rule will have a big impact on how companies report. Find out whether investment trusts with higher charges outperform ones with cheaper fees, and get under the bonnet of Frontier Developments.
You can also read about Sainsbury’s, Barclays, Just Eat, Acacia Mining, RELX, BAE Systems, Murray Income and many other stocks, ETFs, funds and investment trusts.
We run through different scenarios and reveal how individuals are investing their pension money
We explain why you may wish to run your own pension pot and how to do it
Everything you need to know about putting money in and taking money out of retirement savings
The highly competitive industry looks primed for consolidation as players battle for market share
There are still considerable risks to the gold miner’s investment case
Report implies firms are better selling to industry buyers
The grocery firms look vulnerable to third party bids
There is growing opposition to Sherborne Investors meddling with the bank’s strategy
Struggles with several gaming companies have depressed the sector
We compare the performance of two parts of the market
It feels like we are approaching another turning point in the industry
Investors would be wise to swot up on what it could mean for portfolios
We explain what the change means for certain sectors including supermarkets and pubs
It is gaining momentum in the US and benefiting from strategic acquisitions
The investment trust has stakes in quality companies and big names going cheap
The business is holding up well despite numerous challenges
Daily Mail & General Trust confirms it is reviewing options for its holding
Warning on Saudi Arabian Eurofighter contract spooks market
Publisher allays fears over scientific journals business