Share Strategies

Fenner: challenges on many fronts

Falling turnover and profit at Fenner are a symptom of temporary weakness in coal prices and the global economy, but attempts to reduce carbon emissions may pose a permanent threat.

Is this income safe haven under threat?

Is this income safe haven under threat?

Traditionally a generous dividend-payer, the utilities sector is undergoing major change. Does that affect its status as a defensive income play?

Best of the boards: Quindell, Royal Mail and Halma

Best of the boards: Quindell, Royal Mail and Halma

This week on Interactive Investor's best of the boards, we take a look at how users reacted to news from Quindell, Royal Mail and Halma.

AIM's fastest growing companies

AIM's fastest growing companies

A number of AIM firms are tipped to grow profits by an average of 100% for at least the next two years. We name the growth superstars.

Goldman Sachs has 10 tips for 2015

Goldman Sachs has 10 tips for 2015

What's in store for equities, oil, currencies and the global economy in 2015? Goldman Sachs lists its ten trades for next year.

How to screen for bargains like Benjamin Graham

How to screen for bargains like Benjamin Graham

In this new column for Interactive Investor, Ed Page Croft explains how you can use the techniques devised by the legendary value investor to find so-called "bargain shares".

Investing in uncertain times

Investing in uncertain times

Where are we in the current economic cycle? How does it affect investment opportunities?

Ken Fisher: America's great stalemate

America's great stalemate

In his exclusive column for Interactive Investor, investment legend Ken Fisher says "stocks love gridlock and hate active lawmakers".

Chart of the week: Tesco in the bargain bin?

Chart of the week: Tesco in the bargain bin?

Our new resident technical analyst John Burford takes a look at Tesco and predicts which way the firm's share price could go next. The result is quite dramatic.

The future for oil prices

The future for oil prices

It's hard to remember when oil was last this cheap, and firms are clearly suffering. We ask how low can prices go and how long before they improve?

Companies to benefit from low oil prices

Companies to benefit from low oil prices

Oil prices have slumped to multi-year lows, but JPMorgan has picked the companies it thinks will do well from cheap oil.

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