The Greece crisis might mark the point at which the rule of the central bank supremo comes to an end and gold comes good again. Dominic Frisby explains why.
Commodities: the MoneyWeek view
June 2015: Misery for chocaholics Cocoa prices surged in May, with growers struggling to keep pace with rising demand – a familiar theme as the world's growing population puts an increasing strain on global food supplies. Investors can play this long-term theme through food and fertiliser stocks.
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International action to tackle climate change is going to change the investing landscape. Piper Terrett tips one fund to benefit.
With the arrival of ‘Formula E’, electric cars have come of age. That’s great news for lithium miners. Matthew Partridge looks at the prospects for the ‘fuel of the future’.
After several years of gradual decline, silver prices could be due a rebound.
China wants to build a new ‘Silk Road’ from Shanghai to Berlin. If it does, says Dominic Frisby, it will create a commodities bull market like we’ve never seen before.
A new battery technology, based on lithium, is being born which could fuel big changes in mobile phones and cars. Here’s how to invest.
A new scheme coming to London is proof that electric cars are entering the mainstream, says John Stepek. Here, he looks at the next stage in the green transport revolution.
Applying shale techniques to mature conventional oil fields could tap another 140 billion barrels worldwide.
Asset allocation is at least as important as individual share selection. So where should you be putting your money? Here’s June’s take on the major asset classes
Gold miners have had a horrible few years. The bear market isn’t over yet – but some are starting to make a profit. Dominic Frisby picks the only ones worth considering.
As emerging countries get richer, they are increasingly demanding a cleaner world. That, as John Stepek explains, is creating opportunities for investors.