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About Artemis

Artemis is a leading UK–based fund manager, offering a range of funds which invest in the UK, Europe, the US and around the world.

As a dedicated, active investment house, we specialise in investment management for both retail and institutional investors across Europe.

Independent and owner-managed, Artemis opened for business in 1997. Its aim was, and still is, exemplary investment performance and client service. All Artemis’ staff share these two precepts – and the same flair

and enthusiasm for fund management. The firm now manages some £21.5 billion* across a range of funds, two investment trusts, a venture capital trust and both pooled and segregated institutional portfolios.

*Source: Artemis as at 30 September 2015

Please visit www.artemis.co.uk for further information.

Mid Wynd International Investment Trust: Cautiously cheerful …
Manager Simon Edelsten sold China at the right time - so has cash to spend on opportunities created by the turmoil.
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James Foster: Long-term opportunities …
The sell-off in bonds has been indiscriminate. James Foster intends to make the most of all that entails.
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Mark Niznik: Smaller companies outperform
The manager of the Artemis UK Smaller Companies Fund explains how his stock-picks have beaten a benchmark which is holding up better than most.
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Artemis Global Select: buying (some of) the dips …
The managers of the Artemis Global Select Fund are buying back some of the equities they took profits in at the start of the year.
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Artemis Monthly Distribution: flexible investing for income
With a portfolio of bonds and equities, income is more resilient in an otherwise uncertain world.
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Higher oil price: not whether, but when …
Largely obscured by ‘noise’, the facts suggest that the price of oil will rise by the end of this year, according to Richard Hulf.
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Artemis Income Fund: companies that can …
Manager Adrian Gosden explains how a strong balance sheet means companies can survive volatility – even in the aftermath of a debacle like VW’s.
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Higher oil price: not whether, but when …
Manager Adrian Gosden explains how a strong balance sheet means companies can survive volatility – even in the aftermath of a debacle like VW’s.
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Bond markets: preferring Europe …
Strong underlying businesses and lower exposure to the energy sector make European high-yield bonds attractive – says Alex Ralph.
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US equities: stock-picking for growth
Artemis US equity manager Cormac Weldon finds US companies he thinks will thrive, even in challenging markets.
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Artemis Global Income: sustaining yield
Jacob de Tusch-Lec explains why he favours bond proxies in Europe (and China).
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