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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.

Why we still like Brazil

Investors in Brazil didn’t get the president they were hoping for. But as Matthew Partridge explains, there are still plenty of reasons to invest in the country.

The market doesn’t like this retail king – but it’s wrong

Investors in this retailer haven’t taken kindly to the appointment of a new CEO. Bengt Saelensminde explains why he’d still be happy to snap up the shares.

Is Alibaba just a flash in the pan?

Tech stocks such as Alibaba generate plenty of hype, says Lars Henriksson. But investors shouldn’t forget about Asia’s other great companies.

How Maurice Saatchi is boosting the biotech industry

Biotech companies will soon be able to get new drugs to patients much faster. That’s good news for patients and investors, says Matthew Partridge.

Climb aboard these three travel stocks

The Ebola crisis has hit the shares of travel companies. Professional stock watcher Garry White tips three companies to pick up on the cheap.

Mexican economy on the brink of a new era

Thanks to reforms, the Mexican economy could be at the start of a new era of high growth.

Ten simple rules for maximising your penny share profits

Maximise your penny share profits by following these ten simple rules from small-cap expert David Thornton.

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