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Three lower risk funds generating double-digit returns
These typically less risky funds have made the Saltydog analyst a tidy profit in the past four months.
by Douglas Chadwick
Update: Top 20 investment trusts for income and growth
Six months after launching its lists, are Kepler's rated trusts on track to remain 'best in class'?
by Thomas McMahon
Yields of 6%-plus: The attraction of renewable energy trusts
We look at the popular infrastructure sector, and review the latest additions to two burgeoning fields.
by Fiona Hamilton
Fund spotlight: Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust
interactive investor's analysts give an update and view on the Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust.
by Dzmitry Lipski
Why fund managers are most bearish since Financial Crisis
What to make of trade wars, a shift into defensive assets and talk of multiple rate cuts this year?
by Graeme Evans
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