ArchivesMagazine - 17 May 2018Next Fifteen’s superior performance still has legs Marketing firm should be able to ride out short-term negativity towards the tech space 17 May 2018|Smaller Companies Issue: 17 May 2018 - Page 42 < Vertu’s shares look really cheap given its very strong asset backing Much for Marks & Spencer still to do > Issue: 17 May 2018 - Page 42 | Contents Next: Much for Marks & Spencer still to do Previous: Vertu’s shares look really cheap given its very strong asset backing Find out how to deal online from £1.50 in a SIPP, ISA or Dealing account. Tom Sieber Issue Contents Editor's View ZPG bid highlights appeal of digital platform businesses Feature How a stock’s liquidity can affect your returns Funds The micro cap fund streets ahead of its peers Great Ideas Red tape is no barrier for Ideagen’s growth ambitions Buy Auto Trader as the market has completely misunderstood its situation Great Ideas Update XP Power’s Glassman acquisition looks very clever Avesoro’s new financial year is off to a storming start Investment Trusts Investment trusts exposed to Argentina’s inflation, currency and interest rate problems Three investment trusts to play the rising oil price Larger Companies Why Provident Financial’s shares are still erratic Main Feature 10 funds that outperform again and again Money Matters How young savers can bridge the intergenerational divide Is an early retirement possible anymore? News CYBG refuses to elaborate on Virgin Money approach Investors exit emerging markets funds Is investor excitement over US gambling breakthrough premature? Could you get 6% yield from Royal Bank of Scotland? Angling Direct is a good catch in the retail sector Russ Mould Four lessons to draw from the year so far Smaller Companies Next Fifteen’s superior performance still has legs Vertu’s shares look really cheap given its very strong asset backing Story In Numbers Walmart flips out over Flipkart BT payouts tally with pension funding gap growth Melrose to address excessive pay concerns Week Ahead Much for Marks & Spencer still to do Has Babcock kept up its recovery momentum?