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Why hasn’t the dollar prospered?

Investors expecting a strong dollar this year have so far been disappointed.

Are we seeing a top for the pound?

Sterling is at its highest level since before the financial crisis.

Find your fortune on the farm

As a formidable bull market engulfs agricultural land, firms supplying farm equipment, seeds and sprays are set to soar. Jonathan Compton tips the best stocks to profit.

Manchester United sack David Moyes

Shares in Manchester United rose on the news of David Moyes’ dismissal.

Buy farms, not flats

Higher property taxes could put the dampeners on London’s rising housing market, says Merryn Somerset Webb

Here comes the tidal wave of mobile money

From banking to shopping, smartphones are changing the way we do things, says David Thornton. And that’s where the big money lies.

Why do we bother?

Bill Bonner explains why knowing more doesn’t necessarily make you smarter.


Shale gas 'fracking' promises to transform Britain's energy market. Find out what it is, what it means, and how to invest.

Risers & fallers


Cash crop: Profit from the agriculture boom

As a formidable bull market engulfs agricultural land, firms supplying farm equipment, seeds and sprays are set to soar, says Jonathan Compton.



How to invest in British fracking

David Stevenson takes an investor's view of fracking and shows you the real story behind this monumental opportunity, in a thought-provoking new video - Capital at risk


MONEYWEEK TRADER

Is the gold price heading lower in the charts?

Gold price spread betting chart

Never use the news to guide you in your trades, says John C Burford. Gold’s recent moves in the charts are testiment to that.


THE NEW WORLD

Everyone has Argentina wrong – here’s how to profit

Flags and banner of Boca Juniors club are on sale in front of La Bombonera stadium in Buenos Aires' La Boca neighbourhood

Argentina has underperformed for decades. But it could soon be back on the road to recovery. James McKeigue looks at how you could profit.


Book reviews

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The bottom line

£2,000

The cost per kilo of Britain's first batch of farmed caviar. Beluga caviar from wild fish can go for up to £30,000 a kilo.

Britain's looming disaster


Britain is facing financial disaster in a crisis infinitely more dangerous than the financial crash of 2008. No matter how much wealth you have or how it’s invested, if any of it is in the UK, this report is essential reading.

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