Five income stocks the market is wrong about

Jeremy Lang of Ardevora Asset Management reveals five well-known dividend stocks that he believes to be overpriced relative to their longer term income potential. Arguing that “choosing to not own certain stocks is at least as important as choosing what to own”, Lang explains why he is backing companies such as Next, Reckitt Benckiser and […]

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Ones to Watch 2015: Rising stars of the City

Brummell magazine announces the results of the third annual Ones to Watch: a celebration of bright young talent in London’s financial-services sector and related fields. This year’s results feature Redington’s Mitesh Sheth, Freddie Ewer  and Jonny Letham. 

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Where are the cheap stocks?

As part of Morningstar’s series “Why Should I Invest with You?”, Emma Wall interviews Hermes Global Equity fund manager Lewis Grant. Grant discusses how he invests systematically to identify where the most expensive stock markets are – and where the bargains are to be found.

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Does Eurozone QE now make “Grexit” more likely?

Unprecedented stimulus in the eurozone is having a positive effect on asset prices and underlying economic growth. Barry Norris of Argonaut Capital Partners suggests ECB will, if necessary, monetise the debt of all eurozone sovereigns, thereby undermining its unique vulnerability to a sovereign debt crisis. In turn, he argues, it is increasingly likely that Greece […]

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Best Performing Europe Funds

Despite the headwinds facing the European economy, there are some positive factors to consider in the region this year. Morningstar profiles three best-performing funds, including the T. Rowe Price European ex-UK Equity, suited to investors seeking to gain exposure to Continental Europe.

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