Bulls are firmly in control Friday, writes Rebecca O'Keeffe, who talks us through the equities rally, oil boom, and why housebuilders are bouncing back.
Experienced fund managers continue to lead the list, but Neil Woodford drops out of the top 10 for the first time, writes Marina Gerner.
Independent oil industry analyst Malcolm Graham-Wood has seen it all. Here, he gives Interactive Investor his opinion on the sector's top stories.
Leading market commentator David Buik tells interactive investor who he thinks the winners will be this year and where the FTSE 100 will finish 2018.
There are a couple of possibilities in this sector, but Edmond Jackson thinks he's found the best-risked of the international recruitment plays.
The Footsie continues to climb, hitting new record highs. Technical analyst Alistair Strang runs his software again to give us all the key levels.
Another one bites the dust in the retail space, but a share price crash and prospective yield of over 8% has the CEO buying, reports Graeme Evans.
Few expected a bumper Christmas at either M&S or Tesco, but investors are selling up fast. Graeme Evans tells us how holiday sales went.
Top small-cap fund manager, Miton's Gervais Williams, talks about his approach to trading micro stocks, recent trades, and investment opportunities in 2018.
Things are starting to look interesting for this North Sea oil company, says technical analyst Alistair Strang. He gives us the numbers for bitcoin, too.
We've had a list of growth and income stocks to buy this year, now this expert names its value ideas for 2018. Graeme Evans reports.
This trust was one of 2017's big winners, but there should be more to come - and as a bonus it is still trading on a discount, writes Kyle Caldwell.
Sainsbury's has delivered reassuring Christmas trading and the shares trade are good value, according to some. Graeme Evans explains market optimism.
It's carnage on the High Street, but Stockopedia's Ben Hobson has screened the market for retailers showing a strong overall blend of quality, value and momentum.
In further evidence of mixed fortunes for UK retailers, Moss Bros shares have crashed and Ted Baker has rallied. Graeme Evans makes sense of it all.
Technical analyst Alistair Strang has spotted a mining minnow worth keeping an eye on. Its long-term prospects appear 'quite strong'.
It's not easy finding high yields outside the blue-chips that are safe and reliable, but one expert tells Graeme Evans they've found lots.
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