magazine 25 Apr 2019
The economy and wages are growing in Japan and companies are increasingly shareholder-friendly. Shares looks at how the outlook is getting better in the Asian country and picks three funds to play the region.
Also this week: why mortgage innovation could spell trouble for housebuilders, the best performing UK technology stocks and why the competition authorities are getting heavy.
Discover the clever way to invest in companies with a competitive edge and learn why the experts are excited about regional commercial property.
Read about an Asia-focused investment trust yielding 4.2% and trading below net asset value, and find out about one of Shares’ stock picks up 43% in four months.
We pick three funds to play the recovery in the Japanese stock market
We reveal a way to tap into Morningstar’s moat ratings system
As the number of centenarians grows we discuss how to make financial arrangements for reaching this milestone
Who are they, what do they do and what does the future hold?
The sector could be affected as signs of stress begin to emerge, with banks facing risks too
New funds are needed to grow beyond crypto finance model
We reveal which sectors were the biggest offenders over the period
Crux’s Jamie Ward buys great companies at fair prices
A lack of new supply and robust demand provides opportunities in this market
We explain how Junior SIPPs work and the key issues to think about
Japan, China and the broader emerging markets category look attractive
Training platform business is putting organic growth at the heart of its business plan
There’s scope for the re-rating of the investment trust to continue
Its share price is ticking along neatly towards the 500p analyst target
The ID technology specialist has laid the foundations for future growth
Don't be put off by a mild disappointment from its recent trading update