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Stocks: the MoneyWeek view

July 2014: Be very, very careful Stocks are getting pricey - choose carefully. Japan, still reasonably valued, is our favourite developed market. Emerging markets outperformed between April and June 2014, and the gap between the forward p/e ratio in developing and developed stocks is at an eight-year high.

See our view on all the major asset classes here.

Should you worry when a CEO leaves without reason?

One of David Thornton’s investment rules of thumb is that you must be wary when a CEO goes for no obvious reason.

Tesco could be the perfect medium-term turnaround play

Despite its current woes, Tesco is the perfect stock to stick away for five or ten years, says Bengt Saelensminde.

The 'Ikea indicator' says buy Indonesia

Swedish retail giant Ikea is about to set up shop in Indonesia. Lars Henriksson explains why that’s great news for investors, and how you could profit.

Shares in focus: Centrica’s comeback trail

Utility company Centrica has had a rough ride. But with the shares offering a decent dividend yield, should you still buy in? Phil Oakley investigates.

Company in the news: Quindell

Insurance claims handler Quindell has attracted a lot of publicity lately. But is the bad news already in the price, asks Phil Oakley.

How to invest in the battle against ageing

As life expectancy increases, pharmas and biotechs pioneering treatments for the diseases of old age will profit handsomely, says Matthew Partridge.

We’ve just seen the biggest ever lithium deal – what’s next?

Bengt Saelensminde looks at a small-cap lithium miner and asks if it could become the next multi-billion dollar producer.

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