Welcome to MoneyWeek's new website

MoneyWeek's executive editor John Stepek welcomes you to the revamped website, and explains what's changed.

Welcome to the new MoneyWeek website! 

If you’re already a regular visitor, I hope you like the new look. If you’re here for the first time, I hope you enjoy exploring our expert investment analysis, commentary and educational material – and do sign up for our daily email newsletter, Money Morning.

MoneyWeek.com has always been a core part of the MoneyWeek brand, featuring plenty of original opinion and analysis over and above what’s in our weekly magazine. 

However, we wanted to do even more with the site – producing more stories, and helping new readers to better navigate the vast amount of educational material that’s in our archives. That’s why we went back to the drawing board. 

While the website has been revamped and updated on several occasions since it launched more than 15 years ago, this new version is much more than a cosmetic makeover. We’ve effectively started with a blank sheet of paper.

You can already see that the design is cleaner. You should also find that it’s easier to navigate. There are lots of technical improvements – you’ll find it easier to read on your mobile devices, and page loading times will be faster too. 

But more importantly, we’ll be adding even more content, including more videos, podcasts, and news on our events, to help you to navigate the investment world with confidence. 

Our number one priority is our readers, so do please email me with our feedback – be it glowing praise, criticism (constructive or otherwise), or ideas for what you’d like to see on the site – to editor@moneyweek.com, or contact us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/MoneyWeek

Thanks for reading – enjoy the new site,

John Stepek

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