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David Stevenson: my lazy(ish) portfolio for thrill seekers
'Lazy' portfolios, featuring low-cost funds that are easy to rebalance, are a popular choice, but my twist on the idea adds a little more excitement.
Woodford needs Hargreaves Lansdown now more than ever
Stockbroker has driven more than a third of the inflows into Woodford’s funds and keeping the Bristol behemoth onside is crucial
David Stevenson: 'real assets' are the real deal
Asset-backed investments offer a defensive return for the mainstream, and are worth paying fund managers for, says our columnist.
David Stevenson: the chart flashing one heck of a warning sign
Our columnist looks into the global liquidity sloshing around markets, and highlights a chart flagging a warning for stocks.
David Kempton: five stocks I'm buying in my Brexit hibernation
Our experienced investor columnist highlights five shares he is buying as the UK's exit from the European Union hangs over the stock market.
David Stevenson: a tried and tested fund for all seasons
Our columnist highlights a fund that has been off the radar for many but whose strong defensive qualities have stood the test of time.
David Stevenson: cynical fund fees punish private investors
Institutional investors don’t put up with the tyranny of fixed percentage charges on funds, so why should we?
David Stevenson: absolute return funds' shocking 2018
Our columnist is shocked at the poor performance of absolute returns in 2018, a year that provided the perfect test of their credentials.
David Stevenson: posse of passive funds lives up to Bogle's big idea
One of passive pioneer Jack Bogle's legacies is the gaggle of passive funds offering cheap exposure across the major asset classes.
David Stevenson: Marmite funds tempt in choppy markets
Structured products have a tainted history but our columnist believes they can play a role in the choppy markets he is expecting.