Recovery attempts following the stockmarket sell-off have not inspired confidence, writes Lee Wild who discusses near-term potential, US interest rates and Unilever.
February was difficult, but despite declines for our winter portfolios, they're still outperforming the market. Lee Wild reveals how.
UK stockmarkets have followed Wall Street lower Thursday, but Lee Wild wonders whether the latest sell-off is justified.
With the stockmarket recovery ongoing, despite weaker miners and latest retail sales data, Lee Wild drills deeper and explains the day's big moves.
Stockmarkets hit record highs in January, but our winter portfolios did even better. Lee Wild tells us how they're both outperforming.
Whether markets rise or fall today, the debate around future direction will rumble on, but don't panic, writes Lee Wild, we've seen it all before.
Buyers ruled the roost early on the first day of Feb, but markets are jumpy as Brexit and its political implications steal headlines, writes Lee Wild.
Last year's share portfolio generated an income only a whisker below the £10,000 target and total returns well in excess of it. Lee Wild looks at this year's top income plays.
Growth has been the big trade of the past seven years, but with little sign of the momentum waning, Lee Wild reveals a dozen of the best trusts to play the theme.
Sterling accelerated gains versus the dollar this week and UK GDP data is certainly encouraging. Lee Wild talks growth, FX, interest rates and Brexit.
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