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DR Horton: US housebuilder that's piling up profits
A D.R. Horton home under construction
Trading

DR Horton: US housebuilder that's piling up profits

US housebuilder DR Horton’s stock rests on firm foundations and looks cheap. Matthew Partridge looks at the best way to play it.
26 Feb 2021
Expect more turbulence as the market calls central bankers’ bluff
Wall Street
Stockmarkets

Expect more turbulence as the market calls central bankers’ bluff

With bond yields climbing and stockmarkets sliding, markets are hoping central bankers will step in again to repress interest rates – but that won’t …
26 Feb 2021
Investing beyond China: how to buy into wider Asian markets
Xi Jinping
Investment trusts

Investing beyond China: how to buy into wider Asian markets

There are several reasons to be sceptical about China’s development, says Max King. What’s more, there is vast potential in other regional emerging ma…
26 Feb 2021
Share tips of the week
Share tips

Share tips of the week

MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages.
26 Feb 2021
US stockmarket bubble just keeps getting bigger
Jerome Powell and Janet Yellen
US stockmarkets

US stockmarket bubble just keeps getting bigger

Despite the shine coming off tech stocks this week, valuations have been boosted by loose money and government spending. 
26 Feb 2021
Japanese stocks reach a 30-year high
Japan stockmarkets

Japanese stocks reach a 30-year high

Japan’s Nikkei 225 stockmarket index has broken through the 30,000-point level for the first time since 1990.
25 Feb 2021
Court decision on drivers’ rights sends Uber’s share price into reverse
Tech stocks

Court decision on drivers’ rights sends Uber’s share price into reverse

Uber must treat its drivers as staff rather than as self-employed contractors. What does this mean for its prospects?
25 Feb 2021
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Our trade of the decade came good – what’s next?
Investment strategy

Our trade of the decade came good – what’s next?

Back in 2010 we said you should invest in unloved and undervalued Japanese stocks. If you had done that, you’d have made a nice return. So what should…
25 Feb 2021
Cash in on the potential of US small-cap stocks with this investment trust
Small cap stocks

Cash in on the potential of US small-cap stocks with this investment trust

There is ample scope for the American market’s small-cap stocks to close the valuation gap with blue chips. Max King picks an investment trust perfect…
22 Feb 2021
Three Aim stocks that should hit the bullseye
Share tips

Three Aim stocks that should hit the bullseye

Professional investor Jonathan Moyes of Wealth Club picks three interesting stocks to buy from Aim, London’s junior stock exchange.
22 Feb 2021
A contrarian take on ESG investing: buy coal
Stockmarkets

A contrarian take on ESG investing: buy coal

The best way to take advantage of today’s ESG and clean energy enthusiasm is not to invest in the clean energy stocks everyone loves, says Merryn Some…
19 Feb 2021
Hamish Baillie: successful investing in a post-pandemic world
Investment strategy

Hamish Baillie: successful investing in a post-pandemic world

Merryn talks to Ruffer's Hamish Baillie about why traditional investment portfolios may no longer work in a post-Covid landscape, and why in this new …
19 Feb 2021
The reflation trade has further to run
Inflation

The reflation trade has further to run

Investors have piled into assets that stand to gain from a global recovery. And while there may be little evidence of inflation as yet, it will come; …
19 Feb 2021
What rising interest rates and inflation will do to markets
Investment strategy

What rising interest rates and inflation will do to markets

As governments continue to stimulate their economies, investors are betting on a “V-shaped’ recovery and the return of inflation. John Stepek looks a…
19 Feb 2021
Share tips of the week
Share tips

Share tips of the week

MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages.
19 Feb 2021
The FTSE 100 index is ready to rally
UK stockmarkets

The FTSE 100 index is ready to rally

The FTSE 100 index – made up of unfashionable “old economy” stocks – has lagged other major stockmarkets. But global reflation should see its weakness…
19 Feb 2021
Will higher bond yields sink equities?
Government bonds

Will higher bond yields sink equities?

Bond yields have been ticking back up since the autumn, with the benchmark US ten-year bond now above 1.2%. That could tempt investors away from share…
19 Feb 2021
LSE Group fights to stem the tide as share trading moves abroad
UK stockmarkets

LSE Group fights to stem the tide as share trading moves abroad

Some of the City’s share-trading business has moved to the EU and the US. But all is not lost for the London Stock Exchange.
18 Feb 2021
Mitchells & Butlers plans to raise £500m after drinking the bar dry
UK stockmarkets

Mitchells & Butlers plans to raise £500m after drinking the bar dry

Pub group Mitchells & Butlers to raise £500m from a group of business tycoons by selling cut price shares worth £350m and borrowing another £150m.
18 Feb 2021
It's looking toppy out there – what could pop the market bubble?
Stockmarkets

It's looking toppy out there – what could pop the market bubble?

One of the most significant indicators of market sentiment is saying we could soon be heading for a fall. John Stepek looks at what might burst the ma…
17 Feb 2021
Passive investors beware: you may be dangerously overexposed to big tech stocks
Stockmarkets

Passive investors beware: you may be dangerously overexposed to big tech stocks

Most investors in index funds are likely to be dangerously over-invested in US stocks, and particularly in a few huge tech stocks. It’s time to think …
15 Feb 2021
Japanese stocks have hit a new milestone – one not seen since 1990
Japan stockmarkets

Japanese stocks have hit a new milestone – one not seen since 1990

The Nikkei 225 – Japan’s oldest stockmarket index – has finally hit 30,000 for the first time in 30 years. It’s just one more reason to invest in one…
15 Feb 2021