Analysis

Asset allocation panellists bullish on US stocks

Asset allocation panellists bullish on US stocks

The asset allocation panel is, on balance, positive on US equities - but members worry about how far and how fast interest rates could rise.

Support for European stocks wanes while Japan finds favour

Support for European stocks wanes while Japan finds favour

Asset allocation panellist Rob Burdett at Thames River Capital still finds Europe's recovery "quite precarious".

How should I invest £15,000 over two years?

How should I invest £15,000 over two years?

Jason Witcombe from Evolve Financial Planning says you cannot really look any further than cash savings if you need your money in two years' time.

Infrastructure trusts safe bet for rate rise

Infrastructure trusts safe bet for rate rise

Rebecca Jones finds out why some analysts say infrastructure investment companies are attractive despite the threat of rising interest rates.

Where do investment legends look for bargains?

Where do investment legends look for bargains?

Author Frederik Vanhaverbeke tells Interactive Investor how investment legends achieve market-beating returns.

Edmond Jackson's Stockwatch: A pitch-perfect stock for your ISA

Edmond Jackson's Stockwatch: A pitch-perfect stock for your ISA

Our resident stockpicker suggests marketing services group Cello Group is well-positioned, with its chief executive and finance director continuing to buy shares.

Don't overlook US-focused trust opportunities

Don't overlook US-focused trust opportunities

Trust investors should be alert to the danger of missing out on returns in the US equity markets, reports Fiona Hamilton.

How to handle Russia and the crisis in Ukraine

How to handle Russia and the crisis in Ukraine

Investors are understandably confused about the current crisis in Ukraine, but history has some important clues that might make decision-making easier.

Best of the Boards: Tesco, ARM Holdings, GlaxoSmithKline

Best of the Boards: Tesco, ARM Holdings, GlaxoSmithKline

Interactive Investor takes a look at what users have said on the discussion board after another set of disappointing results from Tesco.

Shell vs BP - who wins?

Shell vs BP - who wins?

BP and Shell, two of the biggest dividend payers around, have both embarked significant free cash flow growth programmes.

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