10 Most Popular Morningstar Articles

Catch up on the most popular Morningstar articles from the past week, including an article explaining the key to smart small-cap investing

Alanna Petroff 26 November, 2012 | 11:08AM

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

Buying Opportunity for the Brave?
It takes great nerve to buy in as markets fall rapidly but the current level in the market allows for a fair amount of bad news, says Morningstar columnist Rodney Hobson.

Inflation is Inching Up & Excellent Equity Opportunities
Morningstar columnist Rodney Hobson discusses the inflationary environment in the UK and gives his opinions on the latest quarterly results from Sainsbury and Vodafone.


5 Keys to Smart Small-Cap Investing
Small caps can be fertile ground for finding promising long-term ideas.

Equity Research & Insights

Analysis: Sainsbury, Vodafone & Aviva
Morningstar analysts give their opinions on the latest quarterly updates from Sainsbury, Vodafone and Aviva.

Mark Wilson: Aviva's New CEO
Insurance veteran Mark Wilson is filling Aviva's vacant CEO spot at the start of 2013.

Top Honours for AB InBev & Novo Nordisk
Morningstar's new stewardship rating singles out companies where management is acting in the best interests of shareholders.

Investing in the Emerging-Market Consumer
Opportunity awaits consumer companies in emerging markets, but infrastructure and financing hurdles require long-term perspective.

Investment Trust Research & Insights

Reaffirming Ratings on 3 Investment Trusts
Morningstar's closed-end fund team has reaffirmed its ratings on three investment trusts.

Timber: A Growing Investment?
Adventurous investors may want to consider going out on a limb and investing in the timber market through investment trusts.

Fund Research & Insights

The Most Coveted Funds of 2012
Morningstar highlights the seven most highly sought after funds from the first nine months of 2012.

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About Author Alanna Petroff

Alanna Petroff  is a financial journalist with Morningstar UK.