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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.

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.

How one marketing specialist makes money in a warzone

This newly listed marketing company could be an interesting long-term prospect for investors who like frontier markets, says David Thornton.

Gamble of the week: A classic turnaround play

This troubled insurer has a plan to turn around its fortunes, says Phil Oakley. Buy in for the long run.

Shares in focus: Should you take a punt on William Hill?

Bookies William Hill is a decent business. But is it worth a flutter? Phil Oakley investigates.

Neil Woodford may be a star fund manager – but he’s wrong about tobacco stocks

Star fund manager Neil Woodford recently revealed that of his top ten holdings, three are tobacco stocks. But that doesn’t mean you should follow his lead. Ed Bowsher explains why.

Finding an edge in the stock market

To find cheap stocks, you need a genuine investment edge. Fund manager Matthew Tillett reveals his and tips three good-value stocks to buy now.

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