Uranium is viewed with suspicion by the public, but it’s an essential part of global energy production – and we are set for a shortage. Dominic Frisby explains how to invest.
Markets are bracing themselves for another monetary policy meeting from the US Federal Reserve. John Stepek explains why it’s so important.
The average age of firms listed in the US has been rising for three decades. It’s now 20 years, twice the figure seen in the 1990s dotcom craze.
If you’re after cheap stocks, head to China and India, says analyst and author Christopher Wood.
US politicians have share buybacks in their sights. They may be right to do so, says John Stepek – but not for the reason they think.
Few had expected Uzbekistan’s president, Shavkat Mirziyoyev, to change much when he took over in 2016. But he has embarked on major reforms, making it a frontier market to watch.
The Deutsche-Commerzbank tie-up makes no sense and may spark another financial crisis.
Electric-car group Tesla has had a rough week. John Stepek looks at what was behind it, and at the rest of the global economy’s most important charts.
India’s benchmark Nifty 50 index has jumped to a six-month high following the announcement that India’s national election will take place over five weeks between mid-April and late May.
Looking for ideas on what to put in your Isa this year? MoneyWeek’s model investment trust portfolio might be a good place to start – and for those who are already invested, now might be a good time to rebalance
If you can stomach the risk involved in backing a company in its early stages, consider VCTs, the EIS and the SEIS. Generous tax breaks are on offer.
Donald Trump doesn’t like high oil prices. Oil cartel Opec does. But it doesn’t matter what either of them wants – they don’t control the oil price. John Stepek explains what does.
MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK’s financial pages.
Last August the S&P’s bull market became the longest since World War II. Pundits have been predicting its end for some time now, but the economic backdrop suggests that there is no immediate reason to be bearish.
Each week, a professional investor tells Moneyweek where he’d put his money. This week: Nitin Bajaj of Fidelity Asian Values investment trust selects three favourites from emerging Asia.
Two of Boeing’s new-model 737 have crashed in a year and the aircraft-maker’s stock has suffered badly. Can it recover? Matthew Partridge reports.
Cybercrime has the potential to paralyse countries and commerce, but companies and individuals are only just waking up to the threat. That spells opportunity for long-term investors, says Ben Judge.
By historical standards, silver is incredibly cheap while gold is very expensive. So should you sell your gold and buy silver? Dominic Frisby weighs up the trade.
Emma Lunn rounds up the latest news stories that affect property investors, landlords and homebuyers.
Cohort, the defence technology group, has moved with the times and owns a compelling collection of companies.
The much-celebrated fund manager is testing the patience of his investors, says Sarah Moore.
Retirement interest-only mortgages could be a better way to access funds than equity-release products.
A striking gap in the returns on Chinese index funds shows why you must be sure to know what you own. John Stepek explains.
Having priced in a lot of bad news, emerging markets are looking like better value, says professional investor Carlos Hardenberg. Here, he picks three of his favourite smaller emerging-market stocks.
Lots of people will tell you now isn’t a good time to invest. But that’s not true, says Merryn Somerset Webb, there is always value somewhere. Here’s where to find it now.
This chart is a stark illustration of the effect of a decade of rock-bottom interest rates and quantitative easing (QE – or money printing).