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Shares in fracking play IGas have been hit by controversy of director share dealing. Phil Oakley looks at what action investors should take.

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Stocks: the MoneyWeek view

November 2014: Avoid America We would continue to steer clear of the American market, which is very expensive. Europe is a better bet, as it looks set to benefit from ECB money printing. Another dose of QE is also a reason to like Japan. We continue to like Brazil, India, Mexico and the Philippines.

See our view on all the major asset classes here.

Hugh Hendry: Why I’m now backing China

Star fund manager Hugh Hendry talks to Merryn Somerset Webb about why he’s changed his tune on Chinese stocks.

What 15 October can tell us about risk

Most investors don’t need a fancy model to tell them about risk, says David Thornton When things get dicey, just keep calm and use your common sense.

The best stocks tipped by the best people at London’s best conference

Looking for good investment tips? Merryn Somerset Webb went to the “ridiculously good” Sohn Conference in London and picked up a whole armful – check out her favourites here.

Why Optimal Payments fell 22%

Misunderstandings arise when penny share directors aren’t clear about their intentions, says David Thornton. That can be devastating for the shares.

Why America’s sharpest businessman is suddenly interested in our investment

America’s ‘cable cowboy’, John Malone, is doing a £1.9bn deal with Cable & Wireless Communications. James McKeigue explains why that’s good news for investors.

Gamble of the week: A risky bet on internet TV

There’s no denying the shares in this internet TV company are expensive, says Phil Oakley. But this could be one of those times when it’s worth paying up.

Shares in focus: Next is a rare star in the retail sector

Fashion retailer Next has been an exception to the rule of the declining high street. Phil Oakley investigates to see if the shares are still worth buying.

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