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DIY industry benefits from self-improvement

DIY industry benefits from self-improvement

There are big changes underway at your local DIY store. Alex Newcombe investigates what's happening and identifies the winners and losers.

Is the bull set to run, or increasingly fenced in?

Is the bull set to run, or increasingly fenced in?

Goldman Sachs reckons the US is set to drive years of prosperity, but our resident stockpicker needs more convincing.

Time to buy this hot sector

Time to buy this hot sector

Interactive Investor has teamed up with Investors Chronicle to bring you a seasonal trade which makes a profit 90% of the time and massively outperforms the FTSE All-Share index.

GAME can play the videogame cycle

GAME can play the videogame cycle

It's not the first time GAME has taken the market by storm, yet two years ago it was bust. Will history repeat itself, or has the retailer learnt its lesson?

Ben Graham's checklist for hunting high-quality value stocks

Ben Graham's checklist for hunting high quality value stocks

Stockopedia founder Ed Page Croft has uncovered the five biggest stocks that qualify for legendary value investor Ben Graham's Deep Value checklist.

Ignore micro-cap shares at your peril

Ignore micro-cap shares at your peril

Small companies are trading at a massive discount to their larger cousins, yet one analyst reckons AIM could become the best-performing market for years to come.

Is Euro car boom out of juice?

Is Euro car boom out of juice?

European car showrooms are busier than they have been for years, but there are concerns that growth may slow with implications for UK suppliers.

Chart of the week: Barclays sell-off over?

Chart of the week: Barclays sell-off over?

After heavy selling at Barclays on the way down, our technical analyst discusses whether a reversal of the negative trend is imminent.

Short-term buying opportunity

Short-term buying opportunity

Lance Roberts at STA Wealth Management gives both a short and long-term outlook for equity markets.

When will misbehaving banks learn?

When will misbehaving banks learn?

The FCA must start laying charges against the "untouchables" who show no regard for the rule book, says Money Observer editor Andrew Pitts.