Lithium is the fuel of the clean tech revolution. That’s sent the stocks of lithium producers soaring. But we’ve seen this story before, says Dominic Frisby. It never ends well.
Copper has gained around 10% since the start of 2017. But don’t count on high prices lasting.
Matthew Partridge looks at where the gold price is heading next, and what that means for your online trading.
As income-focused investors, we look for dividend-paying stocks, says professional stock picker Mark Whitehead. Here are three examples.
Homeowners who buy leasehold new build properties, hoping to buy the freehold later may be in for a shock, says Sarah Moore.
Inflation in the US is at a five-year high and much higher than interest rates are at the moment. John Stepek explains what that means for your investments.
Investors don’t need to worry about when to buy into US stocks, says Max King. They can leave that to the managers of these two funds.
MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK’s financial press.
Silver has risen in price by more than 12% this year, and there should be further to go.
Indonesia’s large domestic economy should shield it from Trump-generated turbulence.
Glaxo’s chief executive has stepped down after nine years at the top. Has he left the pharma giant in good health? Alex Rankine reports.
Last year was not a good one for South Africa. And this year isn’t shaping up to be much better, either.
The world’s energy companies found only 174 new oil and gas fields last year, a 60-year low, compared to an annual average of 400-500 in the years leading up to 2013.
A consumer product is generally the end result of a whole chain of activities. Some links in that chain make better investments than others. Richard Beddard explains.
Whoever has the most gold, makes the rules, says Dominic Frisby. For the moment, that’s the US – but don’t count on things staying that way.
With Opec sticking to its cut in production, the oil price is hovering around $50 a barrel. But Donald Trump could easily change that, says John Stepek.