Best Invest has released its new research into which actively-managed funds are the worst performers.
Is your money in what it calls the "dog funds"?
Paul Lewis interviews the financial advice firm's senior investment adviser, Adrian Lowcock.
Statement from Henderson Global investors:
"There has been a marked improvement in our fund performance with more than 68% of our funds outperforming over one year. Our UK Growth Fund for example, over a one year period, has returned approximately 30.4% compared to a return of 26% for the all companied index. The Higher Income Fund, which has been more defensively positioned as of late - in areas such as pharmaceuticals, Tobacco stocks and Utilities - has maintain a solid yield of 4.5% and has outperformed the sector by 2.4%."
Statement from Axa Sun Life:
"AXA Life controls a large number of funds and takes seriously its responsibilities to try and ensure funds perform in accordance with benchmarks. Where comparisons are made solely on the basis of looking at peer group ranking tables, caution needs to be exercised since investment styles, overall allocations to different asset classes may differ quite significantly across the fund population in the classification group concerned."
It came as no real surprise when the coalition government announced this week that Home Information Packs were being scrapped immediately.
Both the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats had made that commitment in their manifestos.
Since their phased introduction in 2007 - people selling a house in England and Wales have had to pay from £250 to £500 for the sellers pack - which included title deeds, local searches and detailed information about their property - before they could legally show their home to potential buyers.
Paul Lewis interviews property expert and TV presenter Kirstie Allsopp about why she thinks the packs were a failure and what reforms she believes are needed to speed up property transactions.