ArchivesMagazine - 16 May 2019Finding the best return on cash with minimal risk We look at the best rates on the market and investment fund alternatives 16 May 2019|Money Matters Issue: 16 May 2019 - Page 28 < Witan is ready to fight back after lagging the market ‘Can you explain how flexi-access drawdown works?’ > Issue: 16 May 2019 - Page 28 | Contents Next: ‘Can you explain how flexi-access drawdown works?’ Previous: Witan is ready to fight back after lagging the market Find out how to deal online from £1.50 in a SIPP, ISA or Dealing account. Laura Suter Issue Contents Aequitas The case for and against US stocks and shares Ask Tom ‘Can you explain how flexi-access drawdown works?’ Big News Vodafone cuts its dividend back to 2009 levels Stock markets tumble as the trade war reheats Customer and investor panic wipes £2.8bn off Metro Bank’s value Why are Centrica shares trading at more than 20 year lows? Editor's View Why aren’t investors buying stocks with 9% yields? Feature What do I need to know about pension transfers? Funds How to spot the best multi-asset funds Great Ideas Hacking scandals will drive more business to Avast Why you should buy this trust managed by an activist billionaire Great Ideas Update On The Beach weathers stormy conditions to beat competition Renishaw warns on profit again... but we’re still in the money Investment Trusts Witan is ready to fight back after lagging the market Main Feature Income alert: will car insurers put the brakes on big dividends? Money Matters Finding the best return on cash with minimal risk Sector Reports The ultimate guide to investing in the technology space: part 2 Talking Point Is intellectual capital the next big investment theme? Under The Bonnet Battle of the broadcasters: why is STV beating ITV?