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David Stevenson


David Stevenson is a former fund manager, analyst and business owner.


During his 20 years in the City of London, he worked for Oppenheimer, Hill Samuel, Cigna and IAI International – specialising in world markets and developing innovative ways to profit.


David joined MoneyWeek in 2008 as our associate editor. And for the past three years he has been the driving force behind Britain's longest-running investment society.

Articles written by David Stevenson

01/07/2019 20/08/2012 20/12/2011 09/12/2011

Thomas Cook is in big trouble

Thomas Cook is to postpone publishing its full-year results, because it needs more time to talk to its bankers about its debt. David Stevenson assesses the prospects for the troubled travel operator.


Keep clear of Lloyds Banking Group

The latest set of results from Britain’s biggest mortgage lender aren’t pretty. And with all the uncertainty about the economy, the safest thing is to steer well clear of Lloyds shares, says David Stevenson.


Three ways to play a weaker yen

In all the recent market volatility, holding the yen has been one of the more secure options for investors. But now the Bank of Japan has moved to drive it down. David Stevenson explains why, and picks the best ways to play a weaker yen.


Save a packet with offset mortgages

With inflation shrinking your savings, you might as well take advantage of record low interest rates. David Stevenson explains how you could save a bundle by off-setting your savings against your mortgage.

25/10/2011 20/09/2011

A cheap retail stock to buy now

General retail stocks have underperformed the market by around 15% in the last two years. And with the UK high street still in the doldrums, the sector could fall some way yet. But there is still value to be found, says David Stevenson. Here, he picks one defensive retailer to buy now.

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