If any of the populist parties take power in Europe, the ramifications will be far wider than investors are betting on, says Matthew Lynn.
Active funds are expensive and often perform poorly. But one type of active fund regularly beats the market and can be had for knock-down prices, says John Stepek: investment trusts.
Matthew Partridge runs through what you should look out for when valuing assets for your portfolio.
Markets have got ahead of themselves over Donald Trump’s election victory, reckons formed Fed chief Ben Bernanke.
MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK’s financial press.
Lloyd’s of London introduced a ban on staff drinking alcohol between 9am and 5pm.
US food giant Kraft, which swallowed up Britain’s Cadbury in 2010, has failed – for now – to do the same to Unilever. Ben Judge reports.
Book review: Theresa May: The Enigmatic Prime Minister
A laudable induction to the world of Theresa May.
Book review: Whose Model Is It Anyway? Why Economists Need To Face Up To Reality
An entertaining pamphlet offering plenty of food for thought.
Book review: A Man For All Markets: Beating The Odds, From Las Vegas To Wall Street
A Man For All Markets is an entertaining read for those who want to beat the markets, says Matthew Partridge.
This Château Lafon-Rochet has an amazing flavour, with further ageing potential, says Matthew Jukes.
The Volvo S90 is up against some exceedingly good rivals, but the Volvo is a more relaxing place to spend your time.
Including an Edwardian hunting lodge in Beauly, Scotland, an off-grid log cabin in Colorado, and a Grade II-listed house in a country estate in North Wales.
A cheerleader for the Kremlin, Alexander Dugin is out to win friends in Donald Trump’s White House.
Getting it right and avoiding the zombies is a big challenge, but investing in Aim stocks can still make a lot of sense, says David C Stevenson.
Many smaller businesses are failing to capitalise on the opportunity to increase international sales in the wake of the Brexit vote.
Fund manager Nick Train has been remarkably successful. But the nightmare he’s had with one particular dodgy stock holds a lesson for every investor, says John Stepek.
It makes a lot of sense to open a stocks and shares Isa. But what should you put in it? John Stepek explains why passive funds are an ideal investment.
You may have a defined-benefit pension, says David Prosser. But that doesn’t mean you’ll get everything you’ve been promised.
Drugmaker Indivior is on the up, while retailer Next, once a favourite with investors, has lost its way.