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Stocks: the MoneyWeek view

December 2014: US still expensive We'd steer clear of the US – it is expensive. In developed markets we prefer Europe, which may benefit from money printing by the ECB, and Japan, which is enjoying one of the world's biggest-ever QE programmes. There are a few emerging markets we like, but you have to be picky.

See our view on all the major asset classes here.

Buy these blue chip stocks going cheap

Buy firms with long-term business models to withstand short-term headwinds. Professional investor Ben Ritchie tips three to buy now.

Shares in focus: Is Britvic too frothy?

Soft drinks maker Britvic is a good business. But should you buy the shares at the current price? Phil Oakley investigates.

Thinking of buying an Aim stock? Read this first

Aim, the small-cap stockmarket holds many attractions. But beware. You forego much of the security and scrutiny you get with a fully listed peer, says Bengt Saelensminde.

Company in the news: Aviva

Aviva has made a play for life insurer Friends Life. Phil Oakley explains what investors should do next.

The dollar makes its move – and the only way is up

About once a decade, the dollar makes a world-shaking lurch. It’s time to prepare for the next one, says James Ferguson.

The best is yet to come for UK small-cap stocks

There is a time in the market cycle when you definitely shouldn’t own small-cap stocks, says David Thornton. But that time is not now. Now’s the time you should be buying.

How you can profit from this huge energy story that no one is talking about

Nuclear power is back in favour as governments seek a cheap, clean alternative to fossil fuels. Matthew Partridge picks the best way for you to profit.

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