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MOST READ: Investors were keen to see what the most popular funds were in the first quarter, as well as the best and worst performing investment trusts and open-ended funds

James Gard 29 April, 2019 | 9:20AM

5 Most Popular Funds in 2019

With investors continuing to sell out of their equity holdings and rotate into fixed income and cash, we round up the five open-ended funds that saw most inflows in the first quarter of 2019

Top 20 FTSE 350 Dividend Paying Stocks

UPDATED FEBRUARY 2019: As part of our series The Income Investor we reveal the top 20 paying stocks in the FTSE 350

5 Best and Worst-Performing Investment Trusts in 2019

Of the 55 investment trusts Morningstar analysts give Gold, Silver or Bronze ratings to, none lost investors money in the first quarter of 2019 as equity markets regained lost ground

5 Best and Worst-Performing Funds in 2019

Funds focused on China, the US and technology outperformed in the first quarter of 2019, while an absolute return offering was bottom of the pile

The Problem With Buy and Hold

Funds that buy stocks and hold them forever, like Fundsmith or Lindsell Train, should focus more on valuation, according to Artemis's Simon Edelsten

Top 20 FTSE 100 Dividend Paying Stocks

THE INCOME INVESTOR: The largest companies in the UK source their revenues internationally, meaning your dividend stream is boosted by global economic growth

Your Guide to Sustainable Investing

Want to secure a sustainable source of income and returns? Look beneath the hood of your fund holdings to see how they score on environmental, social and governance factors

UK Commercial Property Set for Rebound

Once Brexit uncertainty clears, both domestic and overseas buyers will look to deploy cash into the UK property market. A trio of REIT managers tell us their preferred asset classes

Sustainable Investing Myths Debunked

Morningstar research into investors' attitudes towards environmental, social and governance issues unveils some surprising findings

Has 2019's Rebound Made Up for 2018's Slump?

Those investors who did not panic and sell at the end of last year have been well rewarded so far in 2019, as many markets have rallied significantly

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James Gard  is content editor for Morningstar.co.uk

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