magazine 26 Sep 2019
Discover the key issues facing investors under a Brexit deal, no deal or delay in the new edition of Shares magazine. It explains the sectors that could flourish or struggle in different Brexit outcomes and what might happen to markets and currencies.
Learn some valuable lessons from the collapse of Thomas Cook and the stocks that could potentially benefit from its demise.
Also this week: Airbnb heads for the stock market, Indian stocks and funds rally on tax cuts and investors tighten focus on climate change.
Shares explores why Lindsell Train Global Equity is so popular with retail investors and it discusses pension issues for the self-employed.
How to position portfolios for a deal, no deal or delay
Three things the Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity team are thinking about today
We take a look at the different types of Chinese share
London-listed companies are full of surprises such as online firms owning physical stores and retailers having hotels
Four London-listed investment trusts could benefit from India’s tax changes
The travel operator’s collapse creates opportunities for a number of UK stocks
The accommodation platform looks more interesting than recent stock market flops Uber and Lyft
New UN goals and an ‘impact exchange’ could be on the agenda
Second only to Fundsmith, there’s a reason this fund is so popular
TR European Growth’s manager believes the market is too pessimistic about Europe’s smaller businesses
We examine how those who work for themselves might plan for retirement
They won’t get anything back as part of the liquidation process
The revolving door of management change is spinning fast in the UK and US
Investors should stay on their toes as the era of low interest rates draws to an end
Regulation and niche markets are ideal places for steady growth
135-year-old trust invests in tomorrow’s market leaders
The stock is up more than 12% since we said to buy at the start of the year
Scientific instruments maker delivers exceptional first half performance
Don’t panic about the share price falling on the back of half year results
Be patient and enjoy decent dividends while you wait for the market to cotton on to its progress
Deferring can boost future payments but it takes a long time to make up for 12 months of lost income