magazine 21 Nov 2019
Shares looks at investing in the UK property market and offers four ways to potentially make money from offices, warehouses, homes and doctors’ surgeries.
Also this week: income investors on alert as global dividend growth slows and BT shareholders face dual threat of renationalisation and more dividend cuts.
Shares looks at the investment case for Games Workshop and reveals its top picks in the clothing retail sector.
You can also read about funds which come with 30% tax relief and the benefits of regular investing.
Discover why quality growth funds like Fundsmith are feeling the pain and why Invesco fund manager Mark Barnett is in the spotlight.
You could have made or lost significant amounts of money in this industry
This Bristol-based doctor is aiming to beat the returns on cash by investing in shares and funds
Four ways to make money from offices, warehouses, homes and doctors' surgeries
It’s an uncomfortable time to be a shareholder in the UK telecoms giant
Analysts calculate €5bn worst case cash scenario
Lindsell Train, Smithson, Blue Whale and similar quality funds are seeing a downturn in price performance
Rescue offers for haulage operator and carpets seller leave little on the table for investors
Watchdog to push for more accountability from audit firms
A further decline in dividend growth is expecting going into 2020
Don’t jump to conclusions that fund manager Mark Barnett is suffering from the same problems that triggered the demise of Neil Woodford
How putting a set amount each month into the markets can smooth returns and take the hassle out of investing
Clouds gather over sources of investment income
What trends in freight, shipping and trade can tell us about the markets
If you have appetite for risk and can lock your money away for at least five years, VCTs can be a useful option
Now’s your chance to invest in a diversified portfolio for 16% below its true value
Royalty income is accelerating as it generates more value from its assets
Scientific instruments maker delivers exceptional first half performance
Computer issues and unanticipated operational costs spook investors
AJ Bell’s Tom Selby explains the rules around pension contributions