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Stocks: the MoneyWeek view

September 2014: Buy cheap markets Stick with Europe – stocks are reasonably valued, and further economic deterioration should prompt QE. Japan is also a buy. In emerging markets, we prefer those with little commodity exposure and promising economies. But Brazil and China are also on our buy list.

See our view on all the major asset classes here.

Gamble of the week: A beaten-up set-top box stock

This television set-top box company has had more than its fair share of problems, says Phil Oakley. Now could be a good time to buy in.

Five high-conviction stocks to buy now

Fund manager Tom Walker tips five good-quality stocks set to withstand any wobbles in the global recovery.

Company in the news: Mothercare

High-street retailer Mothercare has issued a £100m rights issue. Should you buy in? Phil Oakley investigates.

The one investment your portfolio shouldn’t be without

Power is being generated in ever more imaginative ways. Bengt Saelensminde explains how that’s creating opportunities for investors in one specific resource.

Don’t back the dinosaurs – why smaller stocks are better bets

Investors put most of their cash into the big lumbering beasts of the business ecosystem. But as Jonathan Compton explains, they’re doomed to extinction.

This company could have made a breakthrough in cancer treatment

The best way to improve cancer treatment is early diagnosis. And this small-cap biotech company may have the key to doing just that, says Matthew Partridge.

This is no buying opportunity – Tesco goes from bad to worse

Tesco’s share price has slumped, after profits were overstated by £250m. But don’t be tempted to buy, says Phil Oakley. The price has a lot further to fall yet.

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