ArchivesMagazine - 05 Apr 2018Billington remains cheap despite decent profit growth Small cap structural steel play demonstrated significant progress in 2017 05 April 2018|Great Ideas Update Issue: 05 Apr 2018 - Page 13 < The investment trust to help you navigate choppy markets Hilton Food remains packed with potential > Issue: 05 Apr 2018 - Page 13 | Contents Next: Hilton Food remains packed with potential Previous: The investment trust to help you navigate choppy markets Find out how to deal online from £1.50 in a SIPP, ISA or Dealing account. Tom Sieber Issue Contents Editor's View How to spot decent dividend opportunities Feature First quarter update on our 2018 share portfolio Four lessons to draw from 18¼ years of precisely zero from UK stocks Funds How does an investment fund survive when a star manager departs? Great Ideas The investment trust to help you navigate choppy markets Miton looks cheap with plenty of room to grow Great Ideas Update Billington remains cheap despite decent profit growth Hilton Food remains packed with potential Investment Trusts The Scottish Investment Trust takes a different approach Larger Companies Phoenix could be the best income stock you’ve never heard of Main Feature Investing through the generations Money Matters The Canadian lottery conundrum: $1m today or $1,000 a week for life? How to use past performance figures wisely News Easter rain and Conviviality collapse add to retail and leisure sector woes Takeover activity could put the spark back into the technology sector DFS is delivering again, but for how long? Kore Potash to rival Sirius Minerals with ‘world class’ mining project Smaller Companies Destiny Pharma targets $1bn US market with anti-microbial resistant drug Story In Numbers Dunkerton waves goodbye to Superdry Could digital advertising face double taxation? Is it worth following Widdowson on fresh odyssey? Under The Bonnet A novel way to earn income with Duke Royalty Week Ahead Will retail sales in March be hit by snowy weather? Serica poised to become major North Sea producer Will Keywords Studios delight with full year results?