Matthew Partridge explains how you can profit from a US recovery, and still protect yourself if the worst should happen in the markets.
Stocks: the MoneyWeek view
June 2013: Stick with Japan Despite the recent plunge in Japanese stocks, we still think they are worth buying. Indeed, the remaining scepticism in the market is a sign that plenty of investors remain fundamentally bearish on the nation. We’d also consider drip-feeding money into the cheaper eurozone markets.
• See our view on all the major asset classes here.
Hotel chain InterContinental has come a long way in the last ten years. But do the shares still offer value, and you should buy in? Phil Oakley reports.
China’s new wealthy jet-set offer tantalising profits for investors, says professional stock picker Daniele Gianera. Here, he tips three stocks to profit.
The easiest way to combat climate change is to save on energy. Matthew Partridge looks at the latest innovations in energy efficiency, and picks the best shares to profit.
Tom Bulford looks at a small-cap company that’s making very good returns from European property.
The collection of personal data by governments and corporations is only going to increase. But you can profit from ‘Big Data’. John Stepek explains how.
Tom Bulford looks at a small-cap British engineering firm that’s defied the economic downturn.
Tesco invested heavily in building giant out-of-town supermarkets. But with profits continuing to disappoint, will the strategy come to haunt the supermarket chain? Phil Oakley reports.