magazine 11 Apr 2019
The latest issue of Shares offers nine investment trust ideas for anyone seeking to take advantage of the new tax year’s £20,000 ISA allowance.
Also this week: the biggest dividend yields among FTSE 350 companies, funds, investment trusts and ETFs providing exposure to Vietnam, and how to get younger people interested in finance.
Shares looks at growing demand for cannabis stocks and debates the merits of conglomerates.
It explains the benefits of using your partner’s ISA allowance and how to give someone stocks and shares as a present.
You can also read about Restaurant Group, Central Asia Metals, Superdry, Funding Circle, Saga, Debenhams and more.
We look at the importance of payouts being covered by earnings and cash flow
We offer a few ideas to help engage children in the subject matter
We look at the share price movers and key announcements
The news raises questions about the peer-to-peer model
However businesses are awash with cash which could aid the economy in the future
The hard work starts now with the retailer’s turnaround
But Alexander Darwall will continue to run one of the asset manager’s investment trusts
Companies are no doubt scared about floating on the UK market until there is clarity over Brexit
We reveal how the process works and the tax issues to note
Four important points to consider to help you minimise tax payments
Such firms are hard to analyse, they aren’t always run well and they rarely add value
Markets are sending odd signals although there is a plausible explanation
Be careful with stocks in this market despite projections for rapid growth
The company has a proven model of expansion, profit growth and value creation
The company has a plan to fix its problems so get on board
The market has failed to spot that the miner reset its dividend policy
Results of North Sea appraisal drilling did not turn out to be the positive catalyst we anticipated
The shares have increased by a third in value over the past year
We're cutting our losses and exiting the trade because of potential bad news
AJ Bell’s pension expert Tom Selby explains how the online system will work