magazine 22 Apr 2021
Bin the taxman – Shares reveals the AIM stocks that could help you avoid inheritance tax and the rules to follow.
This week’s investment ideas include a global fast-food giant and a newly listed online retailer trading on an attractive rating relative to peers.
Learn how $63 billion cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase make money and what’s in store for Carex owner PZ Cussons.
Read about Evenlode going against Fundsmith with a new global growth fund and discover Nick Train’s latest thoughts on Finsbury Growth & Income.
Find out what to expect from London-listed banks’ first quarter results and why Joe Biden is proving to be less friendly to businesses than first expected.
The smartphones, consoles and computers reseller has a clear ESG angle
The new administration could make life harder for many companies
The arrival of Elliott Investment Management on the share register could galvanise management
Key points to expect from Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds, NatWest and more
The rules to follow and the choices for investors
The cryptocurrency exchange has potential, but there are issues to address
The Carex-to-Imperial Leather group is fixing problems caused by previous management
The fund manager is best known for its income funds but is now looking at growth to accommodate its investment ideas
Finsbury Growth & Income and Troy Income & Growth provide access to steady, predictable growth stocks
We’ve reached the point where the rising tide may no longer lift all boats
Growth and decent income are on the menu at the fast-food chain
Investors are getting more excited that big events will take off again
Electronics specialist DiscoverIE says full year earnings will beat expectations
The premium wines purveyor should flourish long after lockdown restrictions ease
But Touchstone's shares have seen increased volatility as not all of its recent news is positive
While bid interest is in the rear-view mirror for now it does highlight the value in the shares
Ingredients maker Treatt is really going places
It is now easier to compare performance which could lead to greater take-up
Applying the thinking of a fund management legend to the current landscape