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Most-popular fund and investment trust articles of 2022

23rd December 2022 09:45

Kyle Caldwell from interactive investor

We reveal the articles that were in high demand in 2022. 

It was another eventful year that kept investors on their toes. Below, we share the most-popular articles of 2022 on funds and investment trusts. We also reveal the five most-popular pieces of video content related to funds. 

Top 15 fund and investment trust articles

1) 11 investment trusts to earn £10,000 income in 2022

Helen Pridhams £10,000 income investment trust portfolio. 

2) Fund and trust alternatives to Scottish Mortgage and Fundsmith Equity

The contenders to the most-popular fund and investment trust among British investors.

3) How and where to invest £50K to £250K for income

Experts suggested portfolios for four different income seekers.

4) How Terry Smith is investing as markets crash

The veteran stock picker has been doubling down on his technology bet rather than retreating to ‘defensive stocks’. 

5) Terry Smith’s buying spree: should investors be concerned?

Our analysis piece on whether investors in Fundsmith Equity should be concerned by portfolio activity being higher than usual. 

6) Top 10 most-popular investment funds: December 2021

Our monthly look at the most-popular funds among interactive investor customers always proves popular. Our start of the year round-up took the top spot in the series in 2022. Check out our latest monthly write-up for November

7) Ian Cowie: 11% yield and out of favour, time to top up

Our columnist wrote about a high-yielding investment trust held in his forever fund

8) Ian Cowie: three trusts I own for the ‘investment boom’ under way

Our columnist explains how he invests in renewable energy via investment trusts. 

9) Scottish Mortgage hits record discount as fear takes over markets

Our exclusive story on Britains most-popular investment trust hitting a record high discount to its net asset value (NAV). 

10) Top 10 most-popular investment trusts: December 2021

Our update at the beginning of 2022 topped the charts for our most-popular investment trust monthly series. Check out our latest monthly write-up for November

11) Ian Cowie: pick for my son remains a great ‘buy and forget’ option

Another piece from our columnist. In this article, he explains the enduring appeal of an investment trust he bought 20 years ago on behalf of his son.

12) Bargain Hunter: out-of-form Baillie Gifford trusts slip to discounts

Our Bargain Hunter column attracts plenty of readers. In this piece, we pointed out that some of the best-performing trusts of recent years had seen their performances come off the boil. 

13) The most-popular dividend shares among UK fund managers

Our research reveals the income stocks that most commonly appear in UK equity income funds. 

14) Scottish Mortgage sell-off: how should investors respond?

Should investors hold, fold or buy or more as Scottish Mortgage falls out of form? We run through the options.

15) Ian Cowie: topping up a trust that’s a diversifier with a 5.9% yield

In April, our columnist explained why he has been adding to this investment trust in his ISA

Fund and trust video content 

1) Bill Ackman: why now is the time to buy stocks

Our top-performing video from our latest interview with billionaire investor Bill Ackman. 

2) Three cheap shares I’ve bought for City of London investment trust

Job Curtis, manager of the City of London (LSE:CTY) investment trust, explains how a heavy bias to FTSE 100 stocks has paid off in 2022. He also names three new purchases in 2022, which were made to take advantage of volatility. 

3) Fundamentals: How to invest £100,000

Our 10-part Fundamentals series takes a closer look at investing in funds and trusts, from what they are to how you can invest in them. This episode shares ideas on how to invest £100,000.

4) Kyle Caldwell: My ISA pick for 2022

interactive investors head of collectives shares his favourite idea for this ISA season.

5) ‘Best time to buy British shares since the global financial crisis’

ES R&M UK Recovery manager Hugh Sergeant explains why it is the best time to be buying stocks since the depth of the 2008 global financial crisis.

These articles are provided for information purposes only.  Occasionally, an opinion about whether to buy or sell a specific investment may be provided by third parties.  The content is not intended to be a personal recommendation to buy or sell any financial instrument or product, or to adopt any investment strategy as it is not provided based on an assessment of your investing knowledge and experience, your financial situation or your investment objectives. The value of your investments, and the income derived from them, may go down as well as up. You may not get back all the money that you invest. The investments referred to in this article may not be suitable for all investors, and if in doubt, an investor should seek advice from a qualified investment adviser.

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