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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.

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.

The next-gen battery just dropped – here’s how to invest

Rechargeable battery technology has recently made a huge leap forward. Bengt Saelensminde explains the best way for you to buy in.

Shares in focus: Can Royal Mail deliver profits?

Pessimism surrounds the mail service’s prospects. Is it overblown, and should you buy the shares? Phil Oakley investigates.

Profit as oil hits the skids

The oil price is stuck in a downward trend. That may be bad for oil producers, but it’s good for consumer economies like ours, says John Stepek.

There’s never been a better time to invest in China’s military

China has ambitions to become a world military power. That means a huge increase in its defence spending. Lars Henriksson explains how you could profit.

Fund of the week: A compelling bet for risk takers

River and Mercantile’s smaller companies fund has a good record of rewarding brave investors.

Profit hunting in Europe

The European Central Bank will come under renewed pressure to print money. Professional investor Mark Page tips three European stocks to profit.

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