Bigger isn’t always better when it comes to investing in companies, says David Thornton. Sometimes it pays to stay nimble.
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Early-stage companies and micro-cap stocks can deliver spectacular returns, says David C Stevenson. But the risks are high and you must be willing to lock away your money for many years.
Majestic’s planned takeover of online rival Naked Wines is a good example of the pitfalls lurking in company balance sheets. Bengt Saelensminde explains.
Most investors are taught to expect higher returns from riskier investments. But as Piper Terrett explains, that’s not always the case.
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.
The economist John Maynard Keynes was also a very successful stock investor. Here, David Thornton outlines his three key rules for making money in the markets
Central bankers’ actions have put the economy in a very dangerous position, says hedge fund manager Stanley Druckenmiller. Here’s why, and how you can avoid financial disaster.
The financial markets may penalise ignorance, but false knowledge can be a whole lot more deadly. Tim Price outlines half a dozen investment truisms that simply aren’t true.
Investors are clamouring to pay for the privilege of lending to the Swiss government. But as John Stepek explains, things could be about to get a whole lot crazier.