Comment & Analysis
Is HINT's ‘C’-share issue worth considering?
Henderson International Income Trust (HINT), a 'pure' global equity income fund, looks to expand through two new share issues. We explain what's happening.
Election 2017: what investors are looking for after polling day
Investment trust managers say markets are more 'nuanced' than after the Brexit vote a year ago but post-ballot opportunities will emerge after 8 June.
Ian Cowie: Beep, beep! The best way to tackle emerging markets
The permanent capital of investment trusts makes them ideal for accessing volatile emerging markets, as I have learned from experience.
James Carthew: sun is not shining on debt funds
The bankruptcy of a US solar cell manufacturer has hit SQN Asset Finance Income, the latest high yielding debt fund to run into difficulties.
Investment Trust Watch: Questor shakes up shares
Telegraph's Questor column sparks buying spree of number of investment trusts, sending them to 'expensive' levels.
Soaring sterling: these trusts could cash in on the election
Analysts at Stifel highlight the trusts that could see a reversal in fortunes if sterling continues to strengthen.
Here’s proof that active investment trusts beat passive ETFs
New analysis of investment trust performance challenges Financial Conduct Authority’s conclusion that all active funds are expensive and useless.
Ian Cowie: why advisers’ computers say ‘no’ to trusts
Overly rigid risk-profiling software tools may be partly to blame for financial advisers’ low use of investment trusts.
Why Invesco's revived small-cap trust is showing investors the exit
Invesco Perpetual UK Smaller Companies, one of the best performing UK small-cap trusts of the past five years, is giving shareholders a chance to sell 40% of their holdings.
Experts run rule over INPP's infrastructure share offer
Most infrastructure trusts trade on double-digit premiums which is why a £250 million share offer from International Public Partnerships at 6.5% over net asset value is drawing interest.