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57/59 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2 is in the heart of the South Docks

Agent CBRE is quoting €5.2 million for a well-located office investment at 57/59 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin 2, which will show a yield of 6.09 p(...)

Coming off a few years of under-performance, emerging market equities were also particularly strong during the year, and you didn’t have to choose wisely as an index fund would have done the business for you in 2016.

Are you happy with how your investments performed in 2016? Did you choose your market and/or sector wisely – and your fund provider just as wisely? Or(...)

The tracker provides an enhanced version of the unit funds data The Irish Times formerly provided in print. Photograph: iStockPhoto

Investors can now track the performance of their investments online with our new funds tracker. The tracker provides an enhanced version of the unit (...)

Donal Roche of Covestone Asset Management expects to have €160 million in client funds on the asset management firm’s  books this year. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Back to black is the theme for Donal Roche’s Covestone Asset Management this year. Over a coffee in the Conrad Hotel this week, Roche confidently pred(...)

On the up: 2014 was another good year for many investors in the stock markets. Photograph: Andrew Burton/Getty Images

The year may be ending in turmoil as Russia lurches towards a financial crisis, but overall 2014 was another good year for investors. With markets acr(...)

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. The fund run by Covestone beat rival funds managed by much larger financial institutions such as Davy, Irish Life, Merrion, Bank of Ireland, Ulster Bank and Zurich. Photograph: Reuters

A fund run by Dublin-based wealth manager Covestone has delivered a 31 per cent return for its investors to the end of August, since it launched in Ju(...)

Property: its gains must be seen in the context of its recent fails

Who has the fairest fund of them all? If you’re looking for an investment with an element of risk, a fund is always an option for diversifying (...)

If you’re fed up with earning returns of not much more than 2 per cent in a savings account and are ready to take a chance and plunge back into riskie(...)