Share tips

MoneyWeek magazine

Latest issue:

Magazine cover
In the balance

How May 2015 could hit your pocket

The UK's best-selling financial magazine. Take a FREE trial today.
Claim 4 FREE Issues

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.

Gambles of the week: TalkTalk and John Menzies

Having cast his analytical eye over TalkTalk and John Menzies in the past, Phil Oakley looks to see how they have fared, and what investors should do now.

How to profit from Thailand’s solar energy boom

Demand for energy in Thailand is going through the roof. The best option is solar, says Lars Henriksson. Here he picks five of the country’s best solar energy stocks.

Who does Royal Mail Group think it’s fooling?

Royal Mail Group’s problems are deep-rooted, says Bengt Saelensminde. It’s being taken to the cleaners by its nimbler competitors.

Shares in focus: Can Serco recover from years of hubris?

New boss Rupert Soames has been tasked with turning outsourcer Serco around. Can he do it, and should you buy the shares? Phil Oakley investigates.

Company in the news: IGas

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

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.

Showing page 1 of 522

A simple, secure way to open a stocks and shares ISA.

We've teamed up with a leading share dealing service to create a special dealing platform for Red Hot Penny Shares and MoneyWeek readers. It's called the Red Hot Share Dealing service.

  • It's easy to use. All you need to do is register an account – which takes ten minutes and is free.
  • Simple and clear fees. It doesn't matter how many times you trade a month, how much you invest or whether you deal online or by phone. We keep our prices simple.
  • Huge range of investments available. Every AIM and FTSE-listed share is available to buy through the platform – plus large caps, small caps, funds, investment trusts and ETFs.

Take ten minutes to register your account for free here.

The Red Hot Share Dealing service is provided by The Share Centre Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and is entered in the FCA register under Reference Number 146768. Registered office: Oxford House, Oxford Road, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP21 8SZ. Red Hot Penny Shares Limited receives commissions from The Share Centre Limited. Red Hot Penny Shares Ltd is an appointed representative of Fleet Street Publications Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and is entered in the FCA register under Reference Number 115234. Red Hot Penny Shares Ltd Registered Office: Friars Bridge Court, Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8NZ.

What you may have missed

Popular articles from the recent past

Sign up for Money Morning and get our FREE thought-provoking investment email every weekday morning to become a smarter investor. Sign up here