Share tips

Rolls-Royce roars again

Chief executive Warren East has pulled the jet-engine firm out of its nosedive. Investors will now be expecting a higher dividend. Alice Gråhns reports.

Picking good stocks can be tough, especially when markets are so volatile. How do you find companies? Do you stick with the traditionally safe blue chips or take a punt on riskier – but potentially more lucrative – small-cap stocks?

MoneyWeek's experts can cut through the confusing mess of financial information and home in on the best shares to buy for the future.

If you want to know what the country's financial writers are tipping, take a look at MoneyWeek's comprehensive guide to this week's share tips from the rest of the UK's financial press.

Twitter and Snap: Tech fledglings take a leap

 Investors in Twitter and Snap have got used to bad news, so the tech laggards’ latest results were encouraging. Alice Gråhns reports.

If you’d invested in: Aveva and SSE

IT software group Aveva is hoping to become a global powerhouse, while energy supplier SSE is seeing customers leaving in their droves.

Small and mid-cap stocks with big potential

Professional investor Guy Anderson of the Mercantile Investment Trust selects three small and medium-sized firms with promising prospects that the market has missed.

Fit for the future: how ethical investing went mainstream

Ethical and sustainable investing is no longer simply about ditching cigarettes or saving trees. Investors are increasingly concerned about better returns and lower risks, says Sarah Moore.

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.

If you'd invested in: Ocado and Galliford Try

Online retailer Ocado is soaring despite being heavily shorted, but construction firm Galliford Try is suffering in the wake of the Carillion collapse.

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