magazine 17 Feb 2022
Retailers face a headwind as family finances come under pressure. Shares looks at potential winners and losers in this environment.
Looking for under the radar small cap stock ideas? Shares highlights five AIM companies with big ambitions.
Dan Coatsworth explains the benefits of shareholder meetings and reports on Nick Train’s comments at Finsbury Growth & Income’s AGM.
If you’re looking to shelter investments from rising inflation, Laith Khalaf has a handy guide in this week’s digital magazine.
There are also articles on US value-themed tracker funds, a look at Coke versus Pepsi from an investment perspective, a preview of UK bank results, and how Warren Buffett invests via Berkshire Hathaway.
Potential options to guard against a rising cost of living
Its private equity owner has lined up investment banks to float the fast food chain, according to reports
Stocks and commodities volatile amid fluctuating tensions on the Ukrainian border
The cigarette maker benefits from market rotation and signs of progress on new categories growth strategy
Names like Netflix, Peloton and Disney may not have an easy ride
Shareholders were rewarded with fascinating insights at Finsbury Growth & Income’s annual meeting
Both brand owners have a solid track record of making investors money
Value retailers could thrive while DIY and fast food sellers could come under pressure
Discover our selection of under the radar companies with attractive growth opportunities
The managers have delivered both income and capital growth over the long term
Here are some simple tips to hopefully make investing more profitable
The big brand owners seem to have weaker pricing power than expected
Rampant growth will get the credit and re-rating the stock deserves, we believe
Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger have assembled a stable of financially strong companies with leadership positions
The sweeteners specialist’s continuing business has very tasty momentum
The variety goods value retailer can help cash-strapped shoppers cope with the cost of living crisis
We compared products from iShares and UBS as investors seek to play the value theme in overseas markets
A reader wants to know how they can stagger the 25% tax-free withdrawals from their retirement pot