magazine 5 Sep 2019
Finding a quality source of income is at the top of many investors’ wish lists. The new edition of Shares reveals the FTSE 350 stocks which have raised their dividend every year for the past 10 years by more than the rate of inflation.
Find out the best and worst performing IPOs this year and learn why 2019 has seen far fewer companies coming to the London market versus previous years.
Discover more about the ‘value for money’ reports that funds will soon have to report and explore the investment trusts escaping weakness in the pound.
Also this week: articles on Google’s owner Alphabet, Ferguson, Pets at Home and more.
The Most Important Thing is praised by Warren Buffett as being a rarity among investment books
Enjoy inflation-busting income growth from these mid and large cap champions
Sterling has hit a two-year low following the latest political calamity
Arrival of an activist spurs business split and increases the chances of switching listing to the US
A financial regulator wants fund managers to be more transparent and make things simpler
Growth, cash and buybacks combine for a compelling investment story
BlackRock UK Emerging Companies Absolute Returns Fund looks for long-term winners
It can bring fresh thinking and put a new lease of life into a portfolio and its performance
We answer six important questions around the funding process and tax implications
The imminent launch of a vegan-themed fund looks premature and also slightly misleading
Concerns about economic data would suggest the sector shouldn't be prospering
We also reveal the performance data for the stocks that have floated in 2019
Why it is time to sink your teeth into the resilient pet care leader
Fears over Brexit and the UK economy mean the shares are trading at rock-bottom multiples
Shares in the company are up nearly 28% since we said to buy in March
Investors will need to be patient as the recovery story isn't going to play out overnight
The company is expecting record profit growth this year
Many products have closed after failing to attract enough investor support