Cheap oil has not been the drag on renewable energy that you might think. Matthew Partridge explains why – and how to make money from the trend.
Stocks: the MoneyWeek view
April 2015: Still afloat on a tide of QE Central bank money-printing will boost stocks. But European and Japanese stocks are likely to do better than the US. Emerging markets are experiencing the slowest growth since the global financial crisis. We prefer India and the Philippines. Brazil looks cheap too.
• See our view on all the major asset classes here.
Shell’s £47bn bid for BG suggests the oil sector is set for another round of major deals. But investors should avoid getting carried away, says John Stepek.
General elections can have a big impact on investments, says David Thornton. And that’s especially true for Aim-listed stocks.
Apple’s watch is the company’s latest must-have product. It’s set to make a huge dent in the fortunes of luxury goods makers, says Dominic Frisby. Here’s why.
Buying shares in Lloyds Bank could be one of the best pre-election investments you can make, says Adrian Sykes – regardless of the outcome on the big day.
Professional investor Mark Page picks three good value European stocks to buy now.
China’s newly adventurous middle class is heading abroad. Matthew Partridge picks the best ways for you to profit.
The recent dismal run of Aim shares has been down largely to poor performance from resource stocks, says David Thornton. But things are starting to look up.
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