magazine 4 Jul 2019

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Shares argues it is time to turn positive on copper. It explores the supply and demand situation for the base metal and four ways to get exposure.

Also this week: Shares’ top stock picks of the year significantly outperform the market. It compares three Nick Train funds and considers investment strategies for someone seeking to buy their first home.

Explore the world of preference shares, learn about the importance of earnings guidance from companies, and discover the biggest income funds on the market.

You can also read about recently-floated leisure group Loungers, the rise of Boohoo, and why one investor wants to boost its stake in Aston Martin.

The industrial metal has a very bright future

Every one of our stocks enjoys gains so far this year

We explain this often poorly understood high-yielding investment option

We look at the latest market movers and significant announcements

It overtakes ASOS in market value terms as the duo fight it out in global online fashion

The clash between the two sides could have negative implications for share prices and liquidity

A private equity firm could turn from seller to buyer

Casual dining proposition looks like a winner

We look at the biggest and most popular products

The fund manager has a great record and is involved in different products  

Stocks are enjoying another rally despite lingering political and economic issues  

Investors are also likely to be focused on the outlook for the remainder of 2019

Companies could focus instead on explaining their businesses better

The high conviction trust hunts for compelling UK growth opportunities

The commercial property investor also offers a 7.7% dividend yield   

Analysis of Trip Advisor ratings would suggest diners are warming to Frankie & Benny's again

Our pensions expert discusses the benefits of consolidating your retirement funds