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Stanley Druckenmiller: watch out for the Covid stock rotation
Investment strategy

Stanley Druckenmiller: watch out for the Covid stock rotation

A lot of money has “rotated” into stocks that benefit from working at home. As we return to normal, it will flow back out, says Stanley Druckenmiller,…
20 Nov 2020
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.
20 Nov 2020
Properties for sale for around £1.5m
Houses for sale

Properties for sale for around £1.5m

From a Grade II-listed house with a wild-swimming pool in West Sussex, to a converted train station in Hampshire and a thatched cottage on the River W…
20 Nov 2020
Peter Tasker on Japan's extraordinary resilience, and why you should invest
Japan stockmarkets

Peter Tasker on Japan's extraordinary resilience, and why you should invest

Merryn talks to Peter Tasker of Arcas, a specialist Japanese equity investment firm, about the extraordinary resilience of Japanese companies, how the…
19 Nov 2020
MoneyWeek's Little Book of Big Crashes
MoneyWeek's Little Book of Big Crashes

MoneyWeek's Little Book of Big Crashes

Your complimentary copy of the ‘Little Book of Big Crashes’
18 Nov 2020
I wish I knew what a bubble was, but I’m too embarrassed to ask
Too embarrassed to ask

I wish I knew what a bubble was, but I’m too embarrassed to ask

Even if you don’t pay a lot of attention to markets or investing, you’ve probably heard the term “bubble”. But what exactly is it?
17 Nov 2020
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.
13 Nov 2020
Jeremy Grantham: US should focus on “green” infrastructure spending
Renewables

Jeremy Grantham: US should focus on “green” infrastructure spending

Jeremy Grantham, co-founder of asset manager GMO, says the US must set out on a new “green” Marshall Plan to tackle climate change.
13 Nov 2020
Properties for sale close to woodland
Houses for sale

Properties for sale close to woodland

From a waterside house in Cornwall accessible only on foot or by boat, to an Aberdeenshire hunting lodge with views of the Cairngorms National Park, e…
13 Nov 2020
The MoneyWeek Podcast: Alex Wright on why UK markets are full of opportunities
UK stockmarkets

The MoneyWeek Podcast: Alex Wright on why UK markets are full of opportunities

There are huge opportunities right now in UK stocks, says Fidelity's Alex Wright. Here, he talks to Merryn about value vs growth, the prospect of a va…
11 Nov 2020
I wish I knew what bitcoin was, but I’m too embarrassed to ask
Too embarrassed to ask

I wish I knew what bitcoin was, but I’m too embarrassed to ask

This week, we explain just what bitcoin is – and why the cryptocurrency is so revolutionary.
11 Nov 2020
The MoneyWeek Podcast: US election special with Jim Patterson of Kiplinger
US election

The MoneyWeek Podcast: US election special with Jim Patterson of Kiplinger

Jim Patterson, managing editor of the Kiplinger Letter, our sister publication in the US, joins John to talk about the US election – its effect on the…
6 Nov 2020
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.
6 Nov 2020
Houses for sale for around £500,000
Houses for sale

Houses for sale for around £500,000

From a Grade II-listed, 17th-century cottage in Marlborough, Wiltshire, to a one-bedroom apartment on the fourth floor of a period mansion block close…
6 Nov 2020
Jim Mellon: what to buy for the next 20 years
Investment strategy

Jim Mellon: what to buy for the next 20 years

Merryn talks to Jim Mellon about the themes he's investing in for the next couple of decades, including longevity, the agrarian revolution and the env…
5 Nov 2020
The MoneyWeek Podcast: Alain Caffort on why you should invest in family-run companies
Investment strategy

The MoneyWeek Podcast: Alain Caffort on why you should invest in family-run companies

Alain Caffort of the Pictet Family Fund explains the attractions of family-owned businesses, runs through some of his favourite companies, and picks o…
5 Nov 2020
Too embarrassed to ask: what is a deficit?
Too embarrassed to ask

Too embarrassed to ask: what is a deficit?

When we talk about government spending and the public finances, we often hear the word ‘deficit’ being used. But what is a deficit, and why does it ma…
3 Nov 2020
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.
30 Oct 2020
Properties for sale with famous connections
Houses for sale

Properties for sale with famous connections

From an 18th-century townhouse in East Molesey, Surrey, originally awarded by Queen Victoria to Michael Faraday, to the former home of Hammond Innes i…
30 Oct 2020
I wish I knew what a share was, but I’m too embarrassed to ask
Too embarrassed to ask

I wish I knew what a share was, but I’m too embarrassed to ask

When people talk about investing, they often refer to putting money into “shares”, or buying “stocks and shares”. But what is a share anyway?
28 Oct 2020
The MoneyWeek Podcast: How the Law Debenture Corporation's unusual structure gives it an edge
Investment trusts

The MoneyWeek Podcast: How the Law Debenture Corporation's unusual structure gives it an edge

Merryn talks to Dennis Jackson and James Henderson of the Law Debenture Corporation about what makes the trust unique, the regulatory tailwinds it can…
27 Oct 2020
10 ways to improve your home and interiors
Advertisement Feature

10 ways to improve your home and interiors

From shepherd huts, to pool tables, smart technology to high-tech security, here are some great ideas for home improvements
26 Oct 2020
Robin Geffen: dividend cuts aren't all down to Covid
Stockmarkets

Robin Geffen: dividend cuts aren't all down to Covid

The seeds of recent dividend cuts and cancellations were sowed many years ago, says veteran investor Robin Geffen.
25 Oct 2020
China’s V-shaped stockmarket bounce
China stockmarkets

China’s V-shaped stockmarket bounce

China's economy contracted sharply in the first three months of 2020, but it has since staged a V-shaped comeback, with the CSI 300 index up more than…
23 Oct 2020
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.
23 Oct 2020
Houses for sale for around £1m
Houses for sale

Houses for sale for around £1m

From a contemporary property in the Clyne Castle Estate in Blackpill, Swansea, to a 16th-century house in Haworth, thought to have inspired Emily Bron…
23 Oct 2020
MoneyWeek’s 20th anniversary is coming – help us celebrate!
MoneyWeek's 20th anniversary

MoneyWeek’s 20th anniversary is coming – help us celebrate!

In our 20th anniversary issue (out on 6 November), we will be asking: "What might change in the next 20 years?" And we want to hear from you.
22 Oct 2020
I wish I knew what negative interest rates were, but I’m too embarrassed to ask
Too embarrassed to ask

I wish I knew what negative interest rates were, but I’m too embarrassed to ask

There’s been a lot of talk from the Bank of England recently about introducing “negative interest rates”. So what on earth are they, and what would th…
20 Oct 2020
Shaniel Ramjee: tech stocks, China and Japan – where to find the best returns
Investment strategy

Shaniel Ramjee: tech stocks, China and Japan – where to find the best returns

Merryn talks to Shaniel Ramjee of Pictet Asset Management about where to find the best returns in global markets right now – the continued growth of t…
20 Oct 2020
Jonathan Ruffer: tech stocks have become “long-duration assets”
Tech stocks

Jonathan Ruffer: tech stocks have become “long-duration assets”

As with bonds, tech stocks are now held not because of that they are, but because of what investors fear if they don't hold them, says Jonathan Ruffer…
16 Oct 2020
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.
16 Oct 2020
Properties for sale with unusual outbuildings
Houses for sale

Properties for sale with unusual outbuildings

From a Victorian house in Northumberland with a double-turreted tree house in the gardens, to a Georgian-style house in Surrey, with a Palladian-pilla…
16 Oct 2020
The MoneyWeek Podcast: Negative interest rates, armed guards and a warehouse full of cash
Global Economy

The MoneyWeek Podcast: Negative interest rates, armed guards and a warehouse full of cash

Merryn and John discuss the extraordinary idea of negative interest rates and explain why as far as they can see they just don't work. Plus, a genius …
15 Oct 2020
I wish I knew what momentum investing was, but I’m too embarrassed to ask
Too embarrassed to ask

I wish I knew what momentum investing was, but I’m too embarrassed to ask

Momentum investing – the opposite of the “buy low, sell high” advice – is based on the observation that trends in the stockmarket can continue for lon…
13 Oct 2020
The MoneyWeek Podcast: Lockdowns, layoffs and public-sector pensions
UK Economy

The MoneyWeek Podcast: Lockdowns, layoffs and public-sector pensions

Merryn and John discuss the effects of lockdowns on the economy, particularly on the private sector where already financially fragile workers are laid…
9 Oct 2020
Howard Marks: look to out of favour assets
Investment strategy

Howard Marks: look to out of favour assets

Stocks and bonds promise very low absolute returns, says Howard Marks, co-chairman of Oaktree Capital Management. But out-of-favour assets may still o…
9 Oct 2020