magazine 13 Jun 2019

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The latest issue of Shares magazine explains what equity and bond markets are currently telling us. It also considers the future of Woodford Patient Capital Trust.

Also this week: billion-pound stock market floats heading for London, politicians pledge radical changes to income tax, further takeover activity in the property space, and can you trust your fund manager?

Learn about FTSE 100 stocks with negative earnings trend, find out why the regulator is clamping down on peer-to-peer lending, and everything you need to know about open-ended funds.

Get the latest on RIT Capital, Halma and Carnival, and discover how media group Future has made it into the FTSE 250.

We make sense of the latest issues puzzling investors

Why someone changing their view is a good reason to reappraise the investment case

We find some surprising names among the culprits

We look at the latest market movers and significant announcements

Boris Johnson’s plans may not be good for long-term retirement saving

Gatemore Capital’s arrival on the shareholder register suggests an activist campaign may be in the offing

Amid the gloom there are some bright spots in the sector

The UK stock market is set to cash in on a wave of public offerings

The publisher has profited by taking magazine brands into the 21st century

In the wake of the Woodford debacle, we give you all the important facts about unit trusts and Oeics

We consider the options for investors after a dramatic fall in the share price

Understanding the strategy behind Henderson Alternative Strategies Trust

New rules are to be introduced to help investors better understand the risks involved

The Woodford debacle could lead to some positive changes in the fund sector

We look at how the 39 individual sectors in the FTSE All-Share have moved this year

Both stocks tumble in value amid fears of rising regulatory scrutiny

The leisure group has the right characteristics to bounce back after a weak spell for the stock

This investment trust is just the ticket during times of market stress

We booking a near-40% gain on the computer games expert

The FTSE 100 stock is up 54% since we said to buy last October

The premium British lifestyle brand is hugely attractive as an investment

We're giving Alpha another chance to deliver despite disappointing second-half performance

AJ Bell pensions expert Tom Selby looks at an interesting situation