magazine 13 Jan 2022

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In the first issue of Shares for 2022 discover six great funds to help whip investment portfolios into shape.

Find out why Boohoo shares are in the doldrums and what might happen next to the online fashion play, get insight into a new AIM company bringing a touch of Hollywood glamour to the stock market and learn about the best performing funds focused on Europe.

Also in the digital magazine: analysis of Greggs’ latest trading update and CEO appointment, what US Federal Reserve minutes and Kazakhstan unrest mean for the markets and the FTSE 100 distribution firm which has a more focused strategy and recently announced an exciting new deal.

Airlines, package holiday firm, cruises are all seeing huge demand

The stocks affected by escalating violence in the central Asian state and what might happen next

Monday’s tumble wiped more than £1.5 billion off share valuations

The change in Fed language suggests it is trying to make up for lost time

Get clued up on what's in store for the year ahead

Solid ideas for people seeking help picking growth and income investments

The food-on-the-go firm faces some big challenges as a new boss prepares to take over

Company provides production equipment to film and TV giants

DIY investors have several advantages over fund managers

The digital fast fashion retailer is cheap for a reason amid slowing growth, supply chain pain and Chinese competition

Diversified distributor has increased its footprint in the US and the technology space

How the best managers take advantage of opportunities on the Continent

Don’t put too much pressure on yourself at the start of 2022

The trust has an attractive prospective dividend yield of 3.7% and long term total return target of 9% a year

Tech names are out of fashion as investors seek lower rated shares offering ‘jam today’

Firm has made a steady start since we added it to the Great Ideas portfolio and there's more to come

A merger of two small cap trusts with very similar stock picking techniques makes sense

The business has come a long way since it listed in 2019

Identifying the firms which analysts love and those they hate can be a useful exercise

A reader approaching 70 is eager to understand the best options for managing retirement savings