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Stocks: the MoneyWeek view

January 2015: Stick with Japan Central banks in Europe and Japan are set to deliver more QE, so we remain buyers of European and Japanese equities, which are still reasonably valued. In emerging markets, oil importers with big domestic markets, such as the Philippines and India, are worth a look.

See our view on all the major asset classes here.

Shake these 'money tree' income stocks

Professional investor Alan Porter tips three good-value income stocks to add to your portfolio.

Metal prices could be set to bounce back – here’s how to profit

Metal prices have been battered, and with them mining stocks. But they could both be about to bounce back. Dr Matthew Partridge explains why.

Company in the news: JD Wetherspoon

Profits margins at pub chain Wetherspoon are under pressure, says Phil Oakley. Should investors be worrying?

Last year was a stinker, but in 2015, small-cap stocks will easily outperform the market

There are some investment styles that do genuinely seem to work over time. And buying small-cap stocks is one. David Thornton explains why.

Buy into companies with employee share ownership schemes

David Thornton explains why employee share ownership schemes are a strong signal for investors to snap up the shares.

Pawnbroking is big business in Asia – here are three best stocks to profit

Asian banks turn away millions of customers every year. Lars Henriksson explains how that’s created a lucrative market for investors.

Alternative finance: The exciting rebels elbowing their way into a boring business

Lots of small businesses are fed up with being paid late. David C Stevenson looks at the innovators that have come to put an end to it.

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