magazine 24 Sep 2020

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Growth investing: Shares examines the investment style, how to identify ‘real’ growth and ways to screen for growth companies.

Find out why The Hut Group has been a hit with investors, get to grips with investor psychology and learn about the new-look portfolio at investment trust Witan.

Also in this week’s digital magazine: whether you should invest in property if you own your own home, the biggest market movers as volatility picks up and what negative interest rates might mean for the markets.

Discover why recovery funds are in the shade as veteran manager Tom Dobell steps down from his long-held position at M&G.

The highly anticipated event was watched closely for clues on future commodities demand

Even the slightest disappointment can lead to big falls in the current environment

Travel and leisure stocks in particular have been hit hard as the Government outlines new measures to curb the spread of coronavirus

How to rein in your emotions and avoid classic mistakes when investing

The Government’s U-turn on returning to the office could drive DIY demand as people improve home working environments

M&G veteran steps down after product deemed poor value for investors

Three things the Franklin Templeton Emerging Markets Equity team are thinking about today

More than half of the country’s GDP is accounted by the worth of its oil and gas reserves

We show you how best to screen the market for opportunities and offer five investment ideas

UK investors are already paying the Government to lend it money for certain bonds

Beauty and nutrition dominate sales but online shopping platform is driving all the excitement

Has the trust hopped aboard the growth train too late?

We consider the argument for and against putting money into the real estate sector if you’ve already got a mortgage

The FTSE 100 has lagged other major indices since the Brexit vote

Unrivalled technology and service give concrete levelling kit specialist a big edge over the rest

Little hope for improvement in the bank's prospects in the final quarter of 2020

It's unlikely to be the last fundraise in the near-term as it has a £1 billion pipeline of potential acquisitions

This dividend paying trust targets companies with attractive growth prospects

Outlook for the business is becoming increasingly uncertain and investor sentiment could weigh heavily on the stock

The sector is one of the worst performing over the last 12 months and past decade