Neil's View: the era of cheap and plentiful money is ending
After 15 years Neil Woodford is buying back into stocks like Lloyds Bank. We look at his thesis that rising rates, falling liquidity and slowing Chinese money supply growth mean a change in stock market leadership is on the cards.
Woodford: "stand by and wait"
Why healthcare and how patient should investors be? Asset TV Investor's Mark Colegate caught up with fund manager Neil Woodford at the annual Winterflood conference.
Month in focus: Woodford and the financial crisis anniversary
As we hit the 10-year anniversary of the financial crisis, how can a repeat of history be avoided and what have investors learnt? September headlines were dominated by Woodford as he navigated a challenging summer, as well as the ‘hawkish’ Fed’s shrinking balance sheet and the murky world of rogue trading.
Neil Woodford: A summer in Perspective
At Woodford, We have always encouraged dialogue with our investors and understandably some have been in touch, not only to express their disappointment, but also to seek answers as to why the fund’s recent performance has suffered. In the following video, Neil explains events and what they mean for the fund’s strategy…
Month in focus: Brexit, Woodford and elections
June was dominated by politics with the UK elections and the beginning of Brexit negotiations. This update looks at Woodford’s view of Brexit, Schroders’ take on the election results and whether there’s a possibility of another UK election.