10 Top Reads from Morningstar

Catch up on the 10 most popular articles on Morningstar.co.uk last week, including favourite dividend picks from columnist Rodney Hobson and fund manager Job Curtis

Holly Cook 22 October, 2012 | 1:20PM

What are intelligent investors reading these days? Here are the top 10 most popular articles from Morningstar.co.uk over the past week. 

The Week
Inflation, Underperformers, Dividends and BP
Morningstar columnist Rodney Hobson reviews the latest inflation figures, his underperforming stocks, his favourite dividend-payers and Russian travails at BP.

Market Outlook
Urquhart Stewart's Lessons from the Crisis & Outlook for 2013
Justin Urquhart Stewart explains the lessons we should learn from the financial crisis and gives his outlook for world regions and assets.

Urquhart Stewart: The 'New Normal' Is a Lower, Slower World
The co-founder of Seven Investment Management says investors mustn't panic, but they must adjust to a world of greater volatility and lower longer-term returns.

Understanding the US Fiscal Cliff
Morningstar's Bob Johnson details the components of the upcoming US fiscal cliff, suggest a smaller-cliff scenario and weighs up the potential economic impact of both.

Equity Investing
Fund Managers’ Favourites: Top Dividends Picks
Job Curtis, who manages the Gold-rated City of London Investment Trust, discusses his favourite dividend-paying UK companies.

Look to UK Dividend Stocks for the 'Best' Returns
The yields currently offered by UK dividends are among the best to be found anywhere in the market, says long-term investor Rodney Hobson.

Top 20 High-Yielding Stocks
Morningstar data reveal the 20 highest-yielding stocks on the FTSE 350.

Investment Trust Investing
Building a Multi-Asset Portfolio with Investment Trusts
An upcoming webinar presentation details how to create a multi-asset portfolio to help you achieve smoother returns with lower volatility.

25 Years On: 10 Lessons from Black Monday
Fidelity's Tom Stevenson outlines 10 lessons we should have learned 25 years on from the market crash of October 19, 1987.

10 Signs This Rally Isn't Over
Lingering scepticism could have bullish implications for the markets.

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About Author Holly Cook

Holly Cook  is Managing Editor of Morningstar.co.uk