The biggest problem with big data is making sense of it all, says David Thornton. Here, he looks at one small-cap firm that aims to profit by doing just that.
Stocks: the MoneyWeek view
December 2013: A massive bubble? Stocks are in a huge speculative bubble, with the US looking particularly extreme. Drip-feed money into cheap markets. Europe is one such market; Japan also remains promising. China, too, looks a good bet. We also like Vietnam, the Philippines, and Mexico.
See our view on all the major asset classes here.
Ed Bowsher explains when it makes sense to buy ‘expensive’ shares, and highlights two companies that could prove to be very decent investments.
Singapore has ambitious plans to redevelop the island into a world-leading city. Lars Henriksson explains how patient investors could profit.
This beaten up pawnbroker may look like a great recovery play, says Bengt Saelensminde – but there could be a sting in the tail for ordinary investors.
You don’t need to look to America to find stocks profiting from cheap energy. Professional investor Simon Moon tips three London-listed shares to buy now.
London’s buoyant property market has already paid off for this stock, says Phil Oakley. But other markets may provide further profits.
PayPoint is a great business, but can the ATM provider keep on growing? Phil Oakley investigates.
The tech-focused Nasdaq has made some great gains this year – is this a repeat of the dotcom boom and bust? David Thornton investigates.