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MOST READ: What are investors reading this week? Set your financial New Year Resolutions by reviewing the top performing trusts and funds, and top dividend paying stocks within the UK in 2015

Karen Kwok 4 January, 2016 | 10:24AM
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Time to wrap up 2015, as we reach the end of a turbulent year for investors. Investors this week have been interested in domestic stocks, trusts and funds that bettered their peers 2015, as well as the investment risks ahead in 2016.

5 Top Performing Trusts of 2015

Which investment trusts have outperformed their counterparts in 2015? And which of the top performers are highly rated - meaning they could go on delivering next year?

Top 20 FTSE 350 Dividend Paying Stocks

UPDATED JULY 2015: A well-blended portfolio of stocks from the FTSE 350 can provide investors with a diversified sustainable income for life

What is the Difference Between an ETF and a Tracker Fund?

LOW COST FUNDS: Looking to invest? Want to go passive? We explain the key similarities and differences between exchange traded funds and mutual tracker funds

3 Best Performing Funds of 2015

Which is the best performing fund of the year? Morningstar analysts give their insights into three of the most successful - and top rated - funds of 2015

3 Most Popular Investment Trusts of 2015

Which closed-end funds have Morningstar readers favoured throughout the year? We reveal the top three investment trusts of 2015 as voted for by you

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

3 Investment Risks Ahead in 2016

This year neither equity bulls nor bears won says Barings' Marino Valensise - and next year investors will face additional challenges

Fund Basics

A guide to fund investing for beginners... and a reminder of the basics for those more experienced investors who need a re-cap

How to Pay Less Income Tax

Want to pay less income tax? Avoid higher tax bands, get back your Child Benefit and avoid the Personal Allowance clawback using legal allowances and reductions

The Discounted Cash Flow Method

Investors should consider using the Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) method to estimate the absolute value of a company


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