Videos - Page 2
Mark Barnett goes back to basics after 'frustrating' run
Invesco Perpetual Income and High Income manager says he has re-examined some of his major holdings after heavy share price falls.
Criticism does hurt me, says Neil Woodford
Much of it is ill-informed, short term and frustrates me, says the boss of £17 billion Woodford Investment Management.
John Bruton: Brexit talks must drop ‘us vs them’ tone
Brexit talks will prove exceptionally difficult unless UK and EU consider other side's position, says former prime minister of Ireland.
James Henderson: my HOT story will narrow discount
Henderson Opportunities Trust manager believes trust's shares will re-rate as investors hear how he is navigating post-Brexit market.
Hans Rosling: economies made in bedrooms not markets
As a tribute to professor Hans Rosling, who died last week, we re-run his excellent 2012 video on what population growth means for investors.
Trump's talk doesn't put me off China, says Kerley
Mike Kerley, manager of the Henderson Far East Income investment trust, hopes US president stance on China will be confined to rhetoric.
Michael Gambon tells the fables of fixed income
Actor Sir Michael Gambon lends his voice to a series of short videos on the perils, pitfalls and opportunities posed by the bond market.
How Whitehead is turning round Securities Trust
Fund manager Mark Whitehead says a freer investment policy enabled him to improve returns from Securities Trust of Scotland.
A contrarian cheer for Marks & Spencer!
Alasdair McKinnon of Scottish Investment Trust explains why he buys shares like Marks & Spencer when they are out of favour.
Scottish Mortgage: why our eyes are wide open to 'unicorns'
Unquoted stocks make up 12% of Scottish Mortgage Trust. Manager Tom Slater explains the potential rewards and risks for the £4.2 billion global fund.