Ahead of the UK's referendum on its EU membership, Paul Marriage explains why neither outcome will necessarily be bad for UK smaller companies.
With the Euro 2016 football tournament about to get under way, we assess the investment opportunities offered by some of the main contenders.
The market is in a slowdown phase and overall positioning should remain defensive; however, there could be short-term opportunities in industrial cyclicals and financials.
As the demand for UK dividends grows we look at why investors need to be brave in order to generate income higher than the market average.
US equities remain attractive but investors need to look at nimble and dynamic firms which can adapt to the current climate of low growth.
We examine the vulnerability of economies such as the US, Europe and China to “Japanese disease” and discuss how authorities could potentially avoid deflation.
The recent underperformance of small caps in a number of markets has prompted some to suggest that they may have lost their particular investment advantages. We disagree.
Leicester City's 5000-1 English Premier League triumph has shown investors the value of defeating the behavioural bias of loss aversion.