Richard Gill reviews Richard Hargreaves’ recent book about the ins and outs of unquoted investing.
In Germany, the Merkel era is drawing to a close. What will Europe look like in a year or so? Victor Hill inquires.
Over the last five years, cryptocurrencies have experienced a huge expansion from a $12.2bn market to $1.3tn one. Filipe R. Costa asks if you should join the party.
For many investors Russia has something of a pariah status, but the valuations have declined to such an extent that it could be worth a closer look.
Despite the recent rises, Richard Gill, CFA, believes there still looks to be plenty of value available amongst London’s small cap companies.
The future is undoubtedly rosy, but investors have already squeezed most of the juice from the markets. Filipe R. Costa looks at where the value still remains in markets.
The key technology behind decarbonisation hitherto has been battery technology. But could hydrogen power turn out to be the real game changer? Victor Hill investigates.
Gold and silver are the subject of market manipulation – or so the story goes – but what is the truth about these key commodities?
Richard Gill, CFA, reviews The Complete Financial History of Berkshire Hathaway by Adam Mead, which is perhaps the most detailed and comprehensive story of Berkshire Hathaway written to date.
In a riskier than usual selection this month, here follows three small cap companies which brokers believe could double in value or more over the next year.