There are plenty of reasons to be gloomy about the stockmarkets. But the trend remains up, says Dominic Frisby. And you don’t want to bet against the trend.
The post There are lots of reasons to be bearish – but you should stick with the bulls was first published on MoneyWeek.
This surge in the bitcoin price seems no more likely to endure than the last one, says Matthew Partridge.
The post Another bubble in bitcoin for traders to short was first published on MoneyWeek.
We don’t need new fund structures to tackle liquidity concerns with open ended funds– the ideal vehicle already exists – investment trusts.
The post Don’t reinvent the wheel when it comes to fund liquidity was first published on MoneyWeek.
Unemployment in France is at a ten-year low, which is creating production bottlenecks and boosting the annual rate of wage inflation.
The post Chart of the week: French wage inflation gathers pace was first published on MoneyWeek.
With just 36% of divorce settlements including provisions for sharing pension asset, women getting divorced need much better advice about their pension options.
The post Pensions: how to divide the spoils when getting a divorce was first published on MoneyWeek.
A new investment trust, the AVI Japan Opportunity Trust, focuses on neglected bargains in Japan's small-cap sector.
The post Japan is overlooked and mispriced – here’s how to buy in was first published on MoneyWeek.
The only real way to profit from market bubbles is to avoid them and invest in “anti-bubbles” instead. John Stepek explains what an anti-bubble is, and picks some of the most promising.
The post How do you profit from market bubbles? Invest in “anti-bubbles” was first published on MoneyWeek.
Stock valuations have been depressed since the EU referendum – but there will be long-term winners once the Brexit fog lifts, says professional investor Guy Anderson. Here, he picks picks three bargain stocks.
The post Three bargain stocks for a post-Brexit Britain was first published on MoneyWeek.
China's economy is growing at its slowest rate since 1992, when it started reporting its GDP performance. John Stepek looks at what's behind the latest figures and explains what it all means for you.
The post What does China’s slowdown mean for the global economy? was first published on MoneyWeek.
The government is seeking a buyer for the UK’s second-largest steelmaker. Sanjeev Gupta, an Indian-born tycoon with form as a saviour of troubled firms, is circling – but can he find the cash?
The post Sanjeev Gupta: the Indian visionary eyeing up British Steel was first published on MoneyWeek.
Mark Mobius, perhaps the best-known emerging markets investor in the world, reckons that gold should form at least 10% of any investor’s portfolio. And now is a good time to buy.
The post Mark Mobius: “I love gold” was first published on MoneyWeek.
The City thrived as the EU’s finance hub. But now new opportunities look more promising, says Matthew Lynn.
The post The City must move on from Europe was first published on MoneyWeek.
Ignore corporate virtue-signalling. The CITR is a more practical and tax-efficient way for investors with a social conscience to help struggling communities, says David Stevenson.
The post CITR: how you can do well by doing good was first published on MoneyWeek.
If your national insurance contributions fall short of getting you a full state pension, you can make voluntary top-up contributions.
The post When to top up your national insurance to boost your state pension was first published on MoneyWeek.
Financial advisers are continuing to suggest that clients transfer out of generous final-salary pension schemes despite repeated warnings from regulators that this is the wrong option for most people.
The post No end to final-salary pension transfer scandal was first published on MoneyWeek.
Our probable new prime minister wants to scrap the levy on sugary drinks introduced by some of his predecessors. Would that be a good move?
The post Boris Johnson and the sugar tax was first published on MoneyWeek.
This week, the Federal Reserve reassured investors that an interest rate cut is coming. John Stepek looks at how that has affected the charts that matter most to the global economy.
The post The charts that matter: the Fed gives the market the green light was first published on MoneyWeek.
Because of the controversial way in which Ursula von der Leyen was appointed to be the next president of the European Commission, there’s a chance that the European Parliament could refuse to confirm her.
The post Betting on politics: odds on the next EC president was first published on MoneyWeek.
Houses with tennis courts – from a 16th-century house with a floodlit court in Cheshire, to a New England style property on the eastern shore of Abaco in the Bahamas.
The post Houses with tennis courts was first published on MoneyWeek.
Between 1980 and 2000 around 310 companies went public every year in the US; this year there will be just 230, while the number of stocks being traded in the US fell by half between 1996 and 2016.
The post What’s behind the decline of the public company? was first published on MoneyWeek.
Sterling has had a woeful couple of years. But it's not going anywhere until Brexit is resolved one way or another, says Dominic Frisby.
The post Currency Corner: what will it take for sterling to turn around? was first published on MoneyWeek.
UK house prices are set to tread water while incomes rise, making property more affordable, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
The post Good news: UK house prices are stuck in the doldrums was first published on MoneyWeek.
If you want to lend money to the German government, you won't be getting any interest. In fact, you may have to pay. John Stepek explains what's going on in the upside-down bond market.
The post Lend to Germany at 0%? We’ve seen even stranger things in the bond market was first published on MoneyWeek.
Who has the right to own art treasures that were originally pillaged? Chris Carter reports.
The post Ancient art sparks controversy was first published on MoneyWeek.
Ditch the rickety garden deck chairs and spruce up your “outdoor lounge”, says Mick Sharp.
The post Make the most of your garden was first published on MoneyWeek.
2017 Blanc Fumé de Pouilly The cosmic balance and inescapable magic of this sauvignon blanc made it a perfect 20/20 in my tasting notes, says Matthew Jukes.
The post A perfect sauvignon blanc was first published on MoneyWeek.
From a trip into the Australian wilderness to snorkelling alongside dolphins in the seas off Mexico, three unusual cruises.
The post Three new cruise adventures was first published on MoneyWeek.
MoneyWeek’s comprehensive guide to the best of this week’s share tips from the rest of the UK's financial pages.
The post Share tips of the week was first published on MoneyWeek.
June brought the best monthly US jobs growth of the year, but stockmarkets were not best pleased.
The post Good news on jobs scares US stockmarkets was first published on MoneyWeek.
Victory for the centre-right in last Sunday’s Greek election is good news for the country’s stockmarket.
The post Greece: back in business was first published on MoneyWeek.