Morningstar's Damien Conover expects steady growth for the pharmaceutical firm, which will likely lead to steady growth for the dividend
Hints that Buffett could retire one day and a lack of clarity around the future of freight railway investments were highlights of the 2017 Berkshire Hathaway meeting
The Fed may well raise rates in December, but the slowing of the real economy is the bigger story for investors, says Morningstar’s Bob Johnson
Wide-moat social media company seeing growth in users, engagement, and online advertising but say the stock is currently trading at fair value
Valuations of US equities today indicate lower returns may be coming, perhaps more in the single-digit range, says Morningstar's Josh Peters
Because they preferred fixed income over equities from 2009 to 2012, many investors missed out on the best returns of the bull market
Europe's economy may surprise on the upside in 2016, while China is likely to continue stumbling along, says Morningstar's Bob Johnson
With stock and bond markets both performing well over the past five years, there could be risks lurking in your investment portfolios that need addressing
FTSE 100 stocks moved sideways gaining very little in 2014 - and many forecasters predict this year it will be much of the same. So where can you find value opportunities?
MARKET REACTION: Will your retirement savings be sufficient to fund your lifestyle once you give up work? We asked the public what they thought
Investors no longer have to choose between making an investment which is ethically sound and those which are finacially savvy. These stocks have the potential for both
Governments are realising in the instances of energy efficiency, water saving and some of the renewables, the environmental choice can also be the economic choice
MARKET REACTION: What can we expect from the large economies of the world over the next 12 months? And how will these changes affect your portfolio?
Recent research supports ramping up equity exposure during retirement, but investors' own risk aversion and the lumpiness of income needs could make it impractical, says Vanguard's Steve Utkus
ASK THE EXPERT: Looking to add emerging markets exposure to your portfolio? We highlight three of the highest rated funds on the market for your consideration
MARKET REACTION: Unemployment has fallen to its lowest rate since 2008 and inflation is just 1.2% - but lack of wage increases means no interest rate rises until 2015
Explore commercial property outside of London for yields double the rate of inflation, consider emerging markets and steer clear of gilts - L&G multi-asset manager shares his top tips
As the global economy continues to grow equities present investors with the best chance of positive returns, with the greatest opportunities now found in emerging market equities
Which stocks will be the beneficiaries of stock market reform and increasing economic stability in China? Henderson's Charlie Awdry reveals his three stock picks
After four years of falling stock markets, and turbulent economic predictions, a new reform opening up trading between Hong Kong and Shanghai means good news for Chinese equities
MARKET REACTION: As the International Monetary Fund downgrades the global growth forecast, we examine the effect on the economies and stock markets of the Asian region
Bronze Rated income manager Jacob de Tusch Lec has reduced his European exposure in favour of some surprise investments in the US and China
We are in a world now where interest rates are going to go up in the UK and America, but they are not in Europe. So where in the world offers the best income opportunities?
Jupiter fund manager Alastair Gunn highlights three UK listed stocks that pay an attractive dividend and offer investors either dividend or capital growth in the future
ASK THE EXPERT: What is the difference between a tracker fund and an ETF? And what benefits does passive investing offer investors over actively managed funds?
With less than to go until the Scottish vote for independence, Newton Global Strategist Peter Hensman describes the impact either result could have on markets and the economy
The search for income has been the number one priority for UK investors ever since the Bank of England dropped base rate to 0.5%, one fund manager explains how he finds yield
Yield is hard to find in the current bond market, but Silver Rated bond fund manager John Pattullo has three fixed income ideas to offer investors growth and income
Fixed interest is often regarded as a homogeneous asset class but there are as wide a variety of bonds to invest in as there are equities, we explain the basics of fixed income
ASK THE EXPERT: Equities offer investors the chance for growth and income, but can be volatile. One portfolio manager explains how to build up a balanced investment portfolio
The European Central Bank has taken measures to ward off deflation and boost growth in the Eurozone. Will these interest rate cuts be effective?
Indian and Brazilian elections, a Thai coup and Russian sanctions have all threatened emerging markets - but they continue to outperform developed market equities
Recent numbers from the European economy showed no growth whatsoever in the second quarter of 2014 - is this a blip or the beginnings of another downturn?
Threadneedle's Chris Kinder admits that the UK stock market has undergone a significant rally - but he says there are still undervalued stock opportunities around
THE VALUE INVESTOR: Threadneedle UK equity fund manager Chris Kinder names three UK stocks he thinks are trading at less than their intrinsic value
Frontier markets are less volatile than emerging markets - they are also uncorrelated to their peers and offer significant dividend yields, says BlackRock's Sam Vecht
Fund manager Terry Smith hates new technology, and thinks value investing loses cash, preferring to invest in 100 year old companies which offer slow but steady growth
MARKET REACTION: The latest Quarterly Inflation Report revealed that average UK earnings fell in June, and Mark Carney was forced to half wage inflation predictions
THE INCOME INVESTOR: Investors should try to put aside the bad news around Emerging Europe and the Middle East because there are income opportunities
As another high profile fund manager with no experience running money in emerging markets launches an trust doing just that, we find out why he says this one won't fail
Bronze Rated Old Mutual manager Ian Heslop thinks the US market rally is slowing, and has positioned his portfolio to prepare for a shift in the source of market returns
Five billion dollars has flowed out of the the high yield bond market in just one week - but while the US market is overcrowded, Europe provides plenty of opportunities
ASK THE EXPERT: An trust's discount should not be the only factor you consider before investing, but these three highly rated trusts do look attractive and cheap
Bond markets will be influenced by interest rate rises, so fixed income investors should listen to the Bank of England and the Federal Reserve for clues on what to expect
Morningstar Fund Manager of the Year Bryn Jones runs an ethical bond fund that does not invest in gilts - or bonds issued by tobacco, alcohol or pornography companies
MARKET REACTION: The UK is officially out of depression, with growth above pre-crisis levels. But what does this mean for global equities, property and commodities?
Finding stocks with a sustainable competitive advantage over peers, known as a wide moat, is key to successful investing. These stocks have a wide moat and pay income
Which of the income producing assets offer the best opportunities? And how can you blend equities, bonds and alternatives to protect yourself from volatility?
Consensus views are wrong, says Newton's Nick Clay - developed market economies have not recovered and equities sensitive to growth will suffer once the truth outs
Despite macro-economic challenges, emerging market bonds are creating plenty of high yielding opportunities, with more issuances this year than ever before