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Stocks: the MoneyWeek view

October 2014: Correction coming? Markets are wobbling. The US and others are vulnerable. Stick with attractively valued markets that would benefit from QE: Italy or Greece, and Japan. Emerging markets have fallen in the past month. Focus on those with compelling long-term stories, eg India, Indonesia and Brazil.

See our view on all the major asset classes here.

Company in the news: William Hill

These are tough times for bookmakers, but William Hill is doing all the right things. Phil Oakley explains what that means for the shares.

Tips update: Rolls-Royce

Buying shares in Roll-Royce earlier this year hasn’t worked out, says Phil Oakley. So, is it time for a rethink, or is now a better time to buy?

Don’t let Tesco put you off investing in retail stocks

Tesco is having a terrible time. But there are some attractive retail stocks out there, says Ed Bowsher. Here, he picks two of his favourites.

Sovereign defaults: Which will be the first domino to fall?

When countries go bust, others follow suit. Not even our Canute central banks will be able to hold back the coming wave, says Jonathan Compton.

The P2P lending market is throwing up some exciting opportunities for investors

The peer-to-peer lending market is evolving fast. Ed Bowsher looks at some of the best ways for you to invest.

Two stocks to buy for the long term

Some of the best drivers of growth can take years to play out. Professional investor Marcus Morris-Eyton tips two stocks for patient investors.

Gamble of the week: A punt on property

The housing market may well fall into a slump, says Phil Oakley. But if the fears are overdone, this property services company could be a good investment.

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