magazine 6 Jun 2019

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Where next for investors in Woodford funds? Shares explains why dealing has been suspended in one of Woodford’s income funds, how that affects a related investment trust and what investors should be thinking about now.

Also this week: can robots and artificial intelligence save the retail sector? Shares looks at innovation by the likes of ASOS and Walmart and how certain technology could radically change the industry.

Discover how fast earnings are growing among FTSE 100 stocks, the different levels of severity for profit warnings and why you may be surprised at the best performing asset class this year.

Finally, find out how much you can make from downsizing property.

How the application of AI is transforming the industry

The names delivering earnings expansion and how they are valued

Its shares gain ground as a hostile takeover attempt by Non-Standard Finance is batted away

We explain how investors are affected by a fund suspension and an investment trust sell-off

We take a balanced look at the latest company to join the UK stock market

With Europe beginning to show signs of recovery we look at some choice collectives

These assets offer steady income at a price and you need to watch the political risk

How effective is the OCF in helping investors research different products?

Selling your home and moving somewhere smaller might not solve a pension problem

A new financial education scheme could play an important role in producing the next generation of investors

Cryptocurrency recovers to become the best performing asset of 2019

We discuss how share prices react in the aftermath of a profit alert

The FTSE 100 chemicals group continues to invest as it reshapes its business

The market does not fully appreciate the transformation of the brewer’s business

The company can benefit as the Middle East and Africa transition to digital payments

The financial services group published a very strong set of half year results

We examine a unique looking actively-managed product

AJ Bell senior analyst Tom Selby explains the latest developments