Tech stock carnage: do you think Apple, Amazon and Alphabet will save you? Think again
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Tech stocks

Tech stock carnage: do you think Apple, Amazon and Alphabet will save you? Think again

As tech stocks continued to slide, there is a view that you can escape all the carnage by holding really high quality profitable stocks. That view is …
24 Jan 2022
What will happen to the price of gold in 2022?
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Gold

What will happen to the price of gold in 2022?

Gold is traditionally the go-to asset during inflation. But with inflation at 30-year highs, it has gone nowhere. Dominic Frisby investigates why, and…
20 Jan 2022
Ask for a pay rise – everyone else is
Striking education workers
Inflation

Ask for a pay rise – everyone else is

As inflation bites and the labour market remains tight, many of the nation's employees are asking for a pay rise. Merryn Somerset Webb explains why yo…
17 Jan 2022
How to position your portfolio for lasting inflation
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Investment strategy

How to position your portfolio for lasting inflation

Inflation is rising around the world – and with high inflation a key part of the solution to the world's debt problem, you should expect it to stay th…
17 Jan 2022
Britain's high street comes back from the dead
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Retail stocks

Britain's high street comes back from the dead

Creative destruction has wrought its magic on the high street and there are new signs of life in retail, says Matthew Lynn
16 Jan 2022
Bitcoin’s new year is off to a bad start – what does the rest of 2022 hold?
Bitcoin & crypto

Bitcoin’s new year is off to a bad start – what does the rest of 2022 hold?

Bitcoin has had its worst-ever start to a year. But it remains the “future of money”, says Dominic Frisby. Here, he looks at what might come next for …
12 Jan 2022
AIB selloff: a tempting morsel for British banks
Bank stocks

AIB selloff: a tempting morsel for British banks

The Irish government is selling off its stakes in rescued banks. That’s an opportunity for the brave, says Matthew Lynn.
9 Jan 2022
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Video streaming services are set for success. Here's how to invest
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Video streaming services are set for success. Here's how to invest

The pandemic has accelerated the shift from television to on-demand platforms. Follow the eyeballs, says Tim Dams.
7 Jan 2022
Frisby’s Forecasts – what does 2022 have in store for investors?
Investment strategy

Frisby’s Forecasts – what does 2022 have in store for investors?

As 2022 dawns, Dominic Frisby dusts down his crystal ball and takes his annual shot at predicting some of the most important events for investors in t…
5 Jan 2022
The markets in 2022: why investors should tread very carefully
Stockmarkets

The markets in 2022: why investors should tread very carefully

Despite everything, 2021 saw more extremely healthy returns for stockmarket investors. But 2022 is unlikely to be as profitable, says Merryn Somerset …
4 Jan 2022
The half-full glass: four big economic events that could go right in 2022
Economy

The half-full glass: four big economic events that could go right in 2022

After a year in which many people’s positive hopes were dashed by reality, John Stepek looks forward to 2022 with four scenarios that could go right n…
31 Dec 2021
Five unexpected events that could shock the markets in 2022
Stockmarkets

Five unexpected events that could shock the markets in 2022

Forget Covid-19 – it’s the unexpected twists that will rattle markets in 2022, says Matthew Lynn. Here are five possibilities
31 Dec 2021
Nine of the most interesting conversations we had in 2021
Investment strategy

Nine of the most interesting conversations we had in 2021

John Stepek looks back at some of the guests we've had on the MoneyWeek podcast over the last year.
29 Dec 2021
Frisby’s Forecasts: how did my predictions for 2021 pan out?
Investment strategy

Frisby’s Forecasts: how did my predictions for 2021 pan out?

Dominic Frisby looks back at the predictions he made at the start of the year and finds that, all things considered, he hasn't done badly at all.
22 Dec 2021
In praise of profits – Ed Yardeni’s stirring defence of capitalism
Economy

In praise of profits – Ed Yardeni’s stirring defence of capitalism

It is commonly held that the average American's income has not risen for decades. But in truth, real earnings have been rising by 1.5% since 1995. And…
21 Dec 2021
Activist investing: forget hedge funds, leave it to private investors
Stocks and shares

Activist investing: forget hedge funds, leave it to private investors

Demands from “activist investor” hedge funds are every bit as short-termist as the management teams they are trying to shake up, says Matthew Lynn. Pr…
19 Dec 2021
In defence of fossil fuels
Energy

In defence of fossil fuels

Fossil fuels are the subject of a lot of hate these days. But without them and the cheap, reliable and abundant energy they have provided, we’d be los…
14 Dec 2021
A survival strategy for British retailers
Retail stocks

A survival strategy for British retailers

American shops are splitting off their web divisions – that could release value for British retailers too, says Matthew Lynn.
12 Dec 2021
Why Britain should join the race to corner the cannabis market
UK Economy

Why Britain should join the race to corner the cannabis market

Germany’s government is to legalise cannabis – but Britain risks getting left behind in a growing new industry, says Matthew Lynn.
5 Dec 2021
Why the “capital cycle” is so important for investors to understand
Investment strategy

Why the “capital cycle” is so important for investors to understand

Price is important when investing. But there’s something else to consider, says Merryn Somerset Webb – the capital cycle. Here’s what it is and why it…
3 Dec 2021
In praise of capitalism, the noble path that leads to profits
Economy

In praise of capitalism, the noble path that leads to profits

Contrary to modern myth, profits are not always a result of greed, but a signal of virtue. Stuart Watkins reports.
3 Dec 2021
Towards the half century: Baillie Gifford Japan Trust
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Towards the half century: Baillie Gifford Japan Trust

The Baillie Gifford Japan Trust launched 40 years ago, just as global investors were waking up to Japan’s potential. A lot has changed in the four dec…
30 Nov 2021