Shares in Glencore rose despite the bad news from the Anglo-Swiss commodities giant, says Alex Williams. Everybody loves the comeback kid.
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If you hold supermarket shares, watch out, says Alex Williams. Amazon plans to shake up the grocery sector.
British manufacturers have taken a battering – but the weakening pound is good news for these four sturdy survivors, says Alex Williams.
Warren Buffett’s deep-value approach to investing got him into trouble, says Alex William. Then his mentor, Charlie Munger, gave him some sage advice.
It’s little wonder gold has taken off, given that investors didn’t get the rate rises they were expecting, says Alex Williams. But there is one sector that is doing even better.
Free markets are a convenient whipping boy during market turmoil. But it’s the central banks you should be blaming, says Alex Williams.
Devised in 1968, the Altman Z-score aims to warn investors which firms are most likely to go bust in the next two years. Does it still work? Alex Williams investigates.
It’s been a miserable start to the year for most investors, says Alex Williams. But not for short-selling hedge fund managers.
The oil price crash continues. But it’s not all bad news. Alex Williams looks at how you can use the slump to profit.
Is it better to cut your losses and let your winning investments run, or to be rigorous about taking profits off the table after a stock has soared?