Share tips

America parties on – but it won’t be able to avoid the hangover

Since 2009, the US economy has enjoyed an unusually long expansion, while stocks have risen across the world. But is it now time to prepare for the next recession? Matthew Partridge investigates.

If you’d invested in: Next and Superdry

Shares in clothing retailer Next soared last September after the firm reassured investors with a “modest” profit upgrade.

Seeking out solid stocks in stormy times

Investment analyst John Goodall selects three reliable and cheap shares to tuck away in your portfolio.

BHP Billiton struggles with the diet

The mining giant navigated a commodities slide by shedding baggage. Is it in good enough shape for the uphill climb to come? Alice Gråhns reports.

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.

Protect your profits – buy firms with deep and wide moats

Firms with strong brands, superior products or that exploit network effects are hard for competitors to keep up with. That means big profits for their investors. Mike Tubbs picks the best protected companies.

If you’d invested in: Johnson Matthey and Randgold Resources

Johnson Matthey is a platinum chemicals specialist and last September, its shares soared.

Where to find the world’s best assets and industries

Myles Bradshaw of Amundi’s Global Aggregate fixed-income fund picks his favourite sectors to invest in.

Four wheels good, two wheels better

British riders are dominating the Tour de France again. Could the publicity, along with advances in electric bikes, encourage us to swap four wheels for two? Frédéric Guirinec looks at the best ways to invest.

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.

Will Tesla go private?

Co-founder and CEO Elon Musk says the stockmarket doesn’t suit the carmaker and he has the cash to buy it out. Alice Gråhns reports.

Is Aim finally coming of age?

The Aim market of mostly smaller companies has traditionally been seen as a bit of a backwater. Is it time to change that view? Matthew Partridge talks to Paul Latham and Richard Power of fund management company Octopus.

Showing page 2 of 328