ArchivesMagazine - 08 Nov 2018Superdry co-founder plots boardroom coup in a bid to ‘fix’ the retailer Julian Dunkerton talks to Shares about his plans to regain control of the business 08 November 2018|Talking Point Issue: 08 Nov 2018 - Page 17 < Investors regain faith in popular investment trust Scottish Mortgage How to avoid bad investments > Issue: 08 Nov 2018 - Page 17 | Contents Next: How to avoid bad investments Previous: Investors regain faith in popular investment trust Scottish Mortgage Find out how to deal online from £1.50 in a SIPP, ISA or Dealing account. James Crux Issue Contents Aequitas What would make the Federal Reserve change tack? Ask Tom “Why am I being taxed so much on a pension withdrawal?” Big News What the US midterm election results mean for markets Aberdeen plans global private-market sustainability trust UK metal bashers are facing uncertainty as Brexit looms Trustpilot IPO could provide big bucks exit for seed backer Draper Esprit Living wage increase: which stocks are most impacted? Investors see value in emerging markets Why isn’t the oil price surging on Iran sanctions? Editor's View Fintech is equally exciting and frustrating from an investment perspective Feature Can the Government really save the high street? Funds Small cap fans: get ready for the return of champion investor Paul Marriage We show you the most expensive ETFs on the market Great Ideas We’ve warmed to Magners maker C&C, so should you Pubs operator EI looks very appealing for drinkers and investors Great Ideas Update Investors regain faith in popular investment trust Scottish Mortgage Reliable RELX churns out the growth WH Smith shares rebound on major US opportunity Investment Trusts The investment trusts borrowing money to buy on share price weakness Main Feature How to avoid bad investments Talking Point Superdry co-founder plots boardroom coup in a bid to ‘fix’ the retailer Under The Bonnet Staffline is ambitious but can it survive any Brexit fallout?