MoneyWeek TV: The cheapest places to invest

Merryn Somerset Webb talks to John Stepek about where in the world investors can still find value. Plus – should Britain leave the EU? Matthew Lynn explains why it may not matter either way.

Read more on some of the subjects mentioned in this week’s programme:
Cape: Moneyweek’s favourite valuation ratio

The best way to find cheap stocks

The City should get ready for a ‘Brixit’

4 Responses

  1. 16/05/2013, Lukasz wrote

    Looks like you put an old video here. ISA season is long time over. Nothing is mentioned in the video about Britain leaving EU.

  2. 16/05/2013, robbie3 wrote

    As per previous comment – the May 16 link is currently to the Mar 15 video.

    Nice if the MoneyWeek TV videos could go on YouTube to enable me to watch on my “Smart” TV.

  3. 17/05/2013, COMMONSALT wrote

    TIM WONDERS WHERE THE CASH COMES FROM IF WE DONT
    OFFER UP OUR SAVINGS
    IF SOMEONE ACCEPTS OUR PRINTED MONEY – WHY NOT PRINT MORE ?
    NO MONEY WHETHER LOVELY GOLD COINS OR PAPER MONEY HAVE ANY VALUE UNTIL THEY ARE SPENT ON SOMETHING OF VALUE. THERE IS NO VALUE IN SAVING –

    NB: YOU CANNOT SPEND MORE THAN TERE ARE VALUED GOODS AVAILABLE

    http://salt.org.il/frame_econ.html

  4. 20/05/2013, Clive wrote

    Overall, found the video rather supercial, devoid of specific ideas.

    Have to say though that Tim Price made me laugh, saying of gold “hard store of monetary value”. Guess he hasn’t been checking the gold price the last 2 years. Yes, gold was a great play from 2008 to 2011, but from then basically downwards.

    Many say that gold is insurance against debasement of fiat currency, but that debasement HAS still been occurring since 2011 and yet the so-called insurance is steadily losing money. Hah !

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