I'm a big believer that real underlying economic strength is the best 'therapy' for the market. It's no surprise to me then that growth in the FTSE 100 has been volatile and patchy given how patchy the British economic recovery has been.
If you invest in the fashion business, you really need to know which companies to for -- it's the ones with good long-term track records that keep bringing in the cash, not the latest fashionable ones.
It is no secret that the UK's largest supermarket Tesco (LSE: TSCO) is struggling, and not only with accounting woes, which have seriously tarnished its media image, and frankly put off its loyal customers.
marks & spencer What is the ideal dividend investment? Well, to me, it is a company that is reasonably priced, which is growing earnings year by year, and which is highly cash-generative with a high and rising dividend yield.
Concerns over slowing consumption in developing markets across the globe has caused investor appetite for the likes of household goods specialists Unilever (LSE: ULVR) and Reckitt Benckiser (LSE: RB), spirits maker Diageo (LSE: DGE) and clothes ...