ArchivesMagazine - 28 Nov 2019Should regulators be doing more to help investors? Protecting consumers seems to be an increasing priority 28 November 2019|Editor's View Issue: 28 Nov 2019 - Page 3 What the Conservative and Labour manifestos mean for investors > Issue: 28 Nov 2019 - Page 3 | Contents Next: What the Conservative and Labour manifestos mean for investors Find out how to deal online from £1.50 in a SIPP, ISA or Dealing account. Tom Sieber Issue Contents Ask Tom ‘Am I getting value for money with my workplace pension?’ Editor's View Should regulators be doing more to help investors? Education What portfolio rebalancing is and how it can help with investing Feature How are sin stocks stacking up? Emerging markets growth leaderboard Emerging markets: Views from the experts Funds Target date funds: the $1.7tn US industry that's slipped under the radar in the UK Great Ideas Why Babcock is a buy as orders build Middlefield Canadian Income has dividend appeal Great Ideas Update India and African Swine Fever still driving Genus Valuation and yield support our positive long-term view on Aviva Investment Trusts Revealed: our favourite biotech trust Main Feature 6 of the best income funds Money Matters Investing to cover the cost of care News Octopus seeks £250m for new green infrastructure trust What the Conservative and Labour manifestos mean for investors 'Hope and liquidity' to return to junior mining, says veteran investor Russ Mould How to read the bond market Talking Point What would a consumer slowdown in the US mean for markets?