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Stocks: the MoneyWeek view

August 2014: Japan is reasonable The exuberance in global equities is looking increasingly irrational, but Japan still looks reasonably priced. With Abenomics on track, the Nikkei should have further to go. Emerging markets have been rallying - the Philippines, Indonesia and Brazil are among our favourites.

See our view on all the major asset classes here.

Gamble of the week: An overlooked plastic bags maker

Stocks don’t come much duller than this maker of plastic bags, says Phil Oakley. And that’s exactly why you should buy in.

Shares in focus: Should you buy Bovis?

The housebuilder’s profits are booming, but is there anything left still to play for? Phil Oakley investigates.

Three unloved assets to buy now

Investors are still on the defensive, says fund manager Mark Costar. So, now’s the time to snap up these three stocks on the cheap.

Mexico’s energy industry is open for business

President Enrique Peña Nieto has reformed Mexico’s energy industry. James McKeigue explains why that’s great news for investors.

Profit from the dawn of the connected car

As self-driving and network-connected cars take to the roads, firms producing their kit and preventing cyber-attacks stand to profit, says Sam Volkering.

Too many investment 'experts' ignore this

Timing the market is often dismissed as outright folly, says David Thornton. But it is something that investors should bear in mind.

This natural resource is key to life on earth – and it’s under threat

Food supplies will start to disappear without this vital resource. Dominic Frisby explains why supply is coming under pressure, and tips the best stocks to profit.

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