Woodford Patient Capital remians popular, while broader economic and business trends have resulted in some new entrants. Tom Bailey looks at last month's top performers.
Interest rates are rising, but it's still not easy to generate consistent and sustainable income over a period of years. Analyst Dzmitry Lipski tells us how and shares 11 top ideas.
Cherry Reynard assesses the outlook for UK and global bonds against the backdrop of a more challenging year ahead.
Growth appears solid and unemployment is low, both of which should be supportive of equity markets, writes Tom Bailey.
In emerging markets themselves, current accounts, inflation and growth are generally supportive, writes Marina Gerner. That opens up opportunities.
Despite political headwinds and monetary tightening, asset managers are finding opportunities in unloved sectors. Experts tell Jennifer Hill which funds they'd buy.
Experienced fund managers continue to lead the list, but Neil Woodford drops out of the top 10 for the first time, writes Marina Gerner.
This trust was one of 2017's big winners, but there should be more to come - and as a bonus it is still trading on a discount, writes Kyle Caldwell.
Investors had a strong year in 2017, but 2018 comes with uncertainty. Funds analyst Dzmitry Lipski discusses major themes and the funds investors should consider owning over the next 12 months?
Marina Gerner runs through last year's worst performing funds.
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