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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.

Why it pays to keep investing simple

Investing needn’t be complicated. Just sticking with some simple rules of thumb can help you make better, more profitable decisions, says David Thornton.

This recruitment stock could be a steal

David Thornton explains a quick and easy way to gauge the value of a company’s shares, and why it suggests this small-cap recruiter is a bargain.

How to profit from the future of wind power

With demand for offshore wind power growing fast, there are plenty of opportunities for investors. Matthew Partridge picks one of the best ways to profit.

Two ways to play Asia’s beverage boom

Traditional Asian drinks have been given a new lease of life by the burgeoning beverage market. Lars Henriksson looks at two drinks makers leading the trend.

Three tech-sector gems

There’s still plenty of upside for investors in the tech sector. Fund manager Bolko Hohaus tips three big-cap stocks to buy now.

Gamble of the week: Put the sparkle into your portfolio with English wine

Not only can you buy discounted wine with these shares, says Phil Oakley – they could also make you a lot of money.

Shares in focus: Stock up on this cash-and-carry

Food wholesaler Booker Group is a good business with a price to match. Should you buy in anyway? Phil Oakley investigates.

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