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Your views on the three things businesses can do with their profits should influence the content of your portfolio
It could take China years to win back confidence after recent state intervention in tech
Companies that help to cut treatment costs are a good bet
It gives you developed market access to China and the Asia growth story
The continent lags behind in the vaccine stakes, but not all is as gloomy as it seems
They may not be as fast a growth story as you think
With a market of 6,000 listed companies, look beyond the mega-caps for better value and growth prospects
Copper mining and electric cars highlight just some of the difficulties
We’re up on the index overall, but some painful mistakes were made
Beware societal changes, some business models will become outdated
Good-quality companies have survived wars, not just pandemics
Watch out for companies that stray too far from their natural habitat
Warning signs are there for the big tech companies — and their shareholders
Choose companies that stick to what they are good at and make sure you understand how much debt they are carrying
The current crisis has accelerated existing investment trends
Investors must consider the lessons of past downturns as they look to the future
Sudden falls in markets have pushed investors into selling up — I wouldn’t do that
The global equity market has reached new highs, but has not exceeded previous ratios against cash flows
How much have the assets in your portfolio changed over the years?
We should not fall into the trap of blaming and demonising capitalism
Less-glamorous companies will often be the real long-term winners
Bad things will inevitably happen — just don’t overreact to them
Dividend income from utilities can soften the pain of a bear market
Investors need to study their successes and failures to avoid the risk of hubris