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Eoin Gleeson


Eoin came to Money Week in 2006 having graduated with a MLitt in economics from Trinity College, Dublin. He taught economic history for two years at Trinity, while researching a thesis on how herd behaviour destroys financial markets.

Eoin acts as managing editor of MoneyWeek's newsletters.

Articles written by Eoin Gleeson

Profit from pampered pooches

Pets are big business. 63% of American households have at least one pet, and spending on pets has nearly doubled over the last decade. Many new players have entered the market. Eoin Gleeson examines the sector, and picks the best company to invest in.


Join the race to claim the Falkland Islands’ oil

The seas around the Falkland Islands are believed to contain as much oil and gas as the North Sea. But geology, climate and international relations have all hampered its exploitation. But now explorers are making progress. Eoin Gleeson looks at the sector, and finds the best way investors can stake their claim.


How nuclear closures caused a medical crisis

Medical isotopes changed the face of medicine when they were introduced 50 years ago. But as the world’s nuclear reactors age and are shut down, a shortage threatens critical procedures in hospitals across the US. Eoin Gleeson examines the sector, and picks the best way to profit.


Profit from the new global internet boom

Wimax – broadband signals via radio – has been heralded as the future of internet transmission. Developing economies have made huge commitments to the system, and it fits neatly with Obama’s stimulus package. Eoin Gleeson examines the technology and picks the best bet in the sector.


Why you must play the carbon markets

Carbon trading is an integral part of the strategy to combat climate change. Huge commitments have already been made, and everyone – from banks to to Filipino pig farmers – is staking a claim. You should do the same. Eoin Gleeson looks at the best ways to do so.


Cash in as nanotech finally comes of age

People got very excited about nanotechnology a few years ago. But nobody could explain exactly what it did. Once oil and house prices boomed, it became yesterday’s fad. But it could soon make a comeback. Eoin Gleeson examines the industry, and picks the best stock in the sector.

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Profit from coal’s rebound

Demand for coal has slumped recently, with prices down sharply. But things are not as bad as they look, and there are good reasons to believe that coal has reached a bottom. Eoin Gleeson investigates the sector, and picks the best way to play the rebound.


Profit from China’s alternative to oil

Methanol is China’s alternative fuel of choice. And with domestic demand growing by 15% to 20% a year, this unfashionable fuel is on the way to recovery, says Ewoin Gleeson. Here, he examines the sector, and picks one prime producer set to profit from the expanding Chinese market.


It’s time to grab a slice of ‘yellowcake’

Governments have rediscovered nuclear power, with 44 reactors being built and another 110 planned. Uranium production can’t meet demand, and the big players have been buying up smaller miners. So is this the start of a uranium bull market? Eoin Gleeson examines the sector, and picks the best company to invest in now.

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