ArchivesMagazine - 07 Feb 2019How to judge funds without a track record Many investors will want to see returns over more than a three year period before committing to a fund, so what about new launches? 07 February 2019|Funds Issue: 07 Feb 2019 - Page 32 < The benefits of highly-diversified investment trusts ‘I’m confused about DB pension transfers’ > Issue: 07 Feb 2019 - Page 32 | Contents Next: ‘I’m confused about DB pension transfers’ Previous: The benefits of highly-diversified investment trusts Find out how to deal online from £1.50 in a SIPP, ISA or Dealing account. Holly Black Issue Contents Ask Tom ‘I’m confused about DB pension transfers’ Editor's View Why the Fed’s U-turn matters to investors around the world Feature Which companies are potential takeover targets in the healthcare sector? Funds How to judge funds without a track record Great Ideas The fund management giants can’t live without this small cap Fantastic 4imprint is a master of promotion so buy its shares now Great Ideas Update Renishaw shares jump despite profit slip Diageo delivers with first half ‘beat’ PPHE reaps the benefits of investment in its hotels Anglo American shares hit six-year high Investment Trusts This fund makes money every time the songs it owns are played Greencoat UK Wind regales market with news of material acquisition Phoenix Spree boosts rents and values The benefits of highly-diversified investment trusts Murray International shares near a two-year high premium Main Feature How your ISA can pay you £10,000 a year – tax free News Impressive decade of returns from Computacenter Metro Bank, Indivior, TalkTalk and other news Funds to be forced to improve the quality of information for consumers DWF set to be the largest UK-quoted law firm Dam disaster triggers spike in iron ore prices Russ Mould Is Shanghai’s stock market ready to surprise? Talking Point Would the FTSE 100 be better equally weighted? Under The Bonnet Is Blue Prism the best growth stock on the UK market?