The Most Popular "Fund Managers' Favourites" Videos

Investors couldn't get enough of Job Curtis from the City of London Investment Trust when he discussed his top dividend picks

Alanna Petroff 27 December, 2012 | 6:00AM launched a new series of videos in 2012 called "Fund Managers' Favourites." In this popular series, Morningstar journalist Alanna Petroff speaks with UK-based funds managers about their favourite stock picks and investment strategies. The videos have covered different investment themes, such as pharmaceuticals, growth stocks and even the gambling industry.

The following are the most-viewed videos from the series in order of popularity:

1. 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.

2. Fund Managers' Favourites: FTSE 250 Opportunities 
Fund manager Richard Watts from Old Mutual discusses 3 UK mid-caps on the FTSE 250 that have plenty of growth potential.

3. Fund Managers' Favourites: 3 Small Cap Picks
Henderson fund manager Neil Hermon pinpoints his favourite UK small-cap stocks with good growth potential.

4. Fund Managers' Favourites: Emerging Market Exposure
Midas Capital fund manager Simon Callow discusses his three favourite FTSE 100 companies with significant exposure to emerging market growth.

5. Fund Managers' Favourites: European Bargains
Fund manager Barry Norris from Argonaut Capital Partners discusses his three favourite European stocks.

Videos from this series are released every week on and past videos can be found in the "Equity Research & Insights" archive.

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About Author Alanna Petroff

Alanna Petroff  is a financial journalist with Morningstar UK.