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This week in MoneyWeek: profit from pampered pets

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This week in MoneyWeek magazine: make money from pampered pets, how to find growth at a good price, and five ways to invest in infrastructure.

It's comeback time for this despised commodity

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There can be few commodities that are quite as heavily despised as uranium. But 2017 could be the year it makes a comeback. John Stepek explains why.

Why bitcoin still has a lot further to go

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After a spectacular 2016, digital currency bitcoin has had a rocky start to the year. But this is just the beginning. Dominic Frisby looks at where it goes from here.

The odds of a “Frexit” vote just inched a little higher

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One of the barriers to nations leaving the EU is the single currency. But France’s Marine Le Pen has proposed a solution that could spark France’s exit.

Will this bull market end with a whimper – or a catastrophic bang?

US stocks are expensive, but they’re not in bubble territory yet. Unfortunately, one far more important asset class is, says John Stepek. And when it collapses, it could pull everything down with it.

This week in MoneyWeek: what 2017 has in store

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This week in MoneyWeek: what 2017 holds for investors; how the newspapers’ tips did last year and what they’re tipping for this; and how to get your finances in shape.

Can the world’s top currency make it three in a row in 2017?

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Bitcoin has been the world’s best performing currency for the last two years. It’s now worth nearly much as gold. John Stepek looks at what makes it so valuable.

My big investment calls for 2017

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Dominic Frisby takes out his crystal ball and makes 12 predictions for the coming year for investments and the economy – plus one bonus call.

Two big investment trends shaped 2016 – but can they survive in 2017?

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2016 was a surprisingly good year for the markets, driven by rising commodity prices and hopes of higher interest rates. John Stepek asks if these trends will continue this year.

The biggest lesson to learn from 2016

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In 2016, conventional wisdom went out the window. Experts were confounded at every turn. Sometimes, says John Stepek, it pays to be a contrarian.

This week in MoneyWeek: Brexit, Santa and the Xmas quiz

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In this week’s MoneyWeek magazine: an interview with the most famous face on the planet, our annual Christmas quiz, and which flavour of Brexit should Britain go for?

As the year ends, we say farewell to yet another bank

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Italy is spending €20bn on a bailout for Monte dei Paschi di Siena, the world’s oldest bank. John Stepek explains what that means for Italy, the eurozone and Britain.

Could Donald Trump be America’s Maggie Thatcher?

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According to one of the world’s most successful investors, there are parallels between Margaret Thatcher’s rise to power in Britain and Donald Trump becoming US president. John Stepek explains.

Here’s how my top 12 predictions did in 2016

Dominic Frisby looks back at the financial and economic predictions he made for 2016, and marks himself on his performance.

What the latest US-China spat means for your money

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China’s seizure of a US drone in international waters is its way of sending a message to president-elect Donald Trump. John Stepek looks at what it means for you.

This week in MoneyWeek: Betting on China’s “great man”

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Rupert Foster explains how Chinese president Xi Jinping’s reforms could pay off handsomely for investors in this week’s issue of MoneyWeek magazine.

Yellen to Trump: this is your mess now, Mr President

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The US Federal Reserve has finally raised interest rates. And it’s now forecasting more rises in 2017 than the market expected. That’s a big deal, says John Stepek.

Was 2016 a false dawn for gold?

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In the first half of 2016, gold shone like no other asset class. But the second half was different, says Dominic Frisby. The truth is, we’re in a bear market.

The day the bond bull market died

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2016 saw one of the most momentous investment events in a generation: the end of the bond bull market. John Stepek explains how to profit.

The oil bear market is well and truly over

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A deal between Saudi Arabia and Russia means the oil bull market is back. John Stepek explains what that means for the global economy and for the rest of us.

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