26 Feb 2020
This week I am looking at Herald Investment Trust, a UK-based collective fund that invests primarily in UK and North American mid to small cap companies within the technology, media and telecoms (TMT) sectors.
19 Feb 2020
This week I will be looking at The Bankers Investment Trust. This Trust aims to provide investors with a globally diversified portfolio that will achieve capital growth in excess of the FTSE World Index, over the long-term, while providing annual dividend growth greater than inflation.
12 Feb 2020
This week I am looking at the global alcoholic beverages company Diageo following the release of its half year results for the six months ending 31 December 2019.
5 Feb 2020
This week I will be turning my attention to Unilever, the global consumer goods company, which announced full year results to 31 December 2019.
3 Feb 2020
The Cambridge index declined 1079.2 points or 3.9% to close at 26878.1, as index heavyweights such as AVEVA Group, Johnson Matthey and DS Smith posted weekly losses to their share prices.
29 Jan 2020
This week I am looking at the Fundsmith Equity Fund, an £18.8bn strategy managed by Terry Smith that cemented its status as the UK’s largest fund in 2019.
27 Jan 2020
The Cambridge index slightly rose by 6.8 points to close at 27,957.3, as gains to the share price of AVEVA Group were weighed down by losses in Johnson Matthey and DS Smith.
27 Jan 2020
The Cambridge index slightly rose by 6.8 points to close at 27,957.3, as gains to the share price of AVEVA Group were overshadowed by losses in Johnson Matthey and DS Smith.
22 Jan 2020
This week I am looking at Pennon Plc, following reports last week that it is preparing to sell off its waste management division, Viridor.
20 Jan 2020
The Cambridge index advanced 298.3 points or 1.1% to close at 27,950.5, as three out of the top five index heavyweights posted weekly gains to their share prices.
15 Jan 2020
This week I am looking at the Trojan Fund, an open-ended investment fund which aims grow investors capital (net of fees), ahead of the UK Retail Prices Index over the longer term, which the managers describe as being 5 to 7 years.