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The best way to play the commodities boom

A new exchange-traded fund that tracks commodity prices has become Europe’s fastest-selling ETF ever. But it’s not the best way to invest in commodities, says John Stepek.

Don’t bet on interest rates rising this year

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The Bank of England was wrong about Brexit. But don’t expect a change in policy, says John Stepek. It’s unlikely to raise interest rates for years.

In MoneyWeek this week: our favourite investment

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This week in MoneyWeek magazine: investment trusts – why we like them, why you should use them, and which ones to buy.

The weak dollar policy is back with a vengeance

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The US economy is strong – plenty of jobs, booming manufacturing and rising inflation. John Stepek explains how to play the reflation trade.

The best precious metal to buy right now

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Over the next five years, this precious metal is set to outshine all others – even gold. Dominic Frisby explains why you should buy palladium.

How to cope with incredibly noisy markets

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Donald Trump and the reaction to him are making headlines around the world – and making waves in the financial markets. John Stepek explains how to deal with it all.

Yet another reason to like investment trusts – transparency

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Looking to invest with an active fund manager? Here’s yet another reason to look at investment trusts before you do anything else. John Stepek reports.

What investors can learn from Britain’s surprisingly strong economic growth

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Since the EU referendum, Britain’s economy has defied the sceptics and gone from strength to strength. John Stepek explains why, and what investors can learn.

This week in MoneyWeek: how to profit from graphene

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In this week’s MoneyWeek magazine: how to profit from the latest miracle material; the 13 stocks to buy now; and how to invest in small companies.

For better or worse, Trump’s policies are reflationary

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Protectionism; lower taxes; huge walls in the desert. Whatever you think of them, there’s no doubt that Donald Trump’s policies are inflationary. And that’s good for stocks – for now.

I’m not wildly excited about gold in 2017 – but I just can’t be bearish

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The weak pound made 2016 a bonanza year for UK gold investors. But gold takes its cues from the US dollar. Dominic Frisby looks at where things might go next.

Markets get an overdue wake-up call on Donald Trump

The “Trump factor” is wearing off, as markets realise that America’s new president might not be Wall Street’s new best friend. John Stepek explains what that means for investors.

This is the year that top executives will start to feel the squeeze

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While most people agree executive pay is too high, Jeremy Corbyn’s suggestion to cap salaries is not the answer, says John Stepek. But there is a powerful force working in the background that will do the job anyway.

The only question that matters for investors on Trump’s inauguration day

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Donald Trump is seen as “business friendly”. But that won‘t necessarily mean soaring markets or record returns. For investors, there’s just one thing they need to know, says John Stepek.

This week in MoneyWeek: what will President Trump mean for investors?

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In this week’s MoneyWeek magazine: Donald Trump; betting on an oil-price rise; and how to build the perfect buy-and-hold portfolio.

Is the US dollar bull market on its last legs, or only just beginning?

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Donald Trump thinks the US dollar might be too strong. And that may be true. But it could get a lot stronger from here, says John Stepek.

Have we finally seen the bottom for the pound?

As Theresa May outlined her Brexit vision, the pound staged a monster rally. There will be more wobbles, says Dominic Frisby. But the worst could now be over for sterling.

How passive investors could solve the problem of executive pay

Excessive executive pay has been a problem for years, with big shareholders failing to control it. But the rise of passive investing is changing that. John Stepek explains why.

Why the FTSE 100’s record-breaking run has legs

The FTSE 100 is on its longest-ever winning streak, boosted partly by a weaker pound. John Stepek looks at what’s behind its record-breaking run, and asks: can it continue?

What is contrarian investing anyway?

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“Contrarian investing” is a much misused term among investors – it’s not just buying the opposite of what everyone else is buying. Here, John Stepek explains what it actually means.

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