Boosting holdings amid UK doubts
With volatility returning to markets and inflation on the rise, can newer asset classes offer more protection for investor wealth?
Support and attractive valuations could release the potential of commodity stocks
Cooling late-cycle economy could rekindle gold interest
Japanese yen a safe haven
Trump's gamble could backfire
Focus on relations between Pyongyang and the world
A number of causes for alarm
Returns over 100%
Brent crude to remain range bound
President proposed tariffs on steel
$44.2bn wiped off $200bn Bitcoin market
Avoids energy, materials and utilities
Energy ETFs performed well
'Big adjustment in markets'
'The best time to buy insurance is when you don't need it': Managers increase gold weightings as 'double hedge'
Longest streak of gains since 2011
Highest level since December 2014
Inflation should start falling back to target early 2018
As the dust settles on another Black Friday, it is worth remembering an old adage based on the California Gold Rush; if you want to exploit a growing trend you can either mine for gold, or sell pickaxes.
Brent Crude hit $64.3 a barrel
Benefitting from oil price rise
Long-term asset return studies, such as the Barclays Equity Gilt Study, confirm that dividends - and in particular dividend reinvestment - are the drivers of long-term total returns from UK equities.
Eric Moore, manager of the FP Miton Income fund, takes a closer look at opportunities in the life assurance, mining and banking sectors.
Brad Tank, CIO of fixed income at Neuberger Berman, asks whether the political trouble in Venezuela will hurt emerging market growth for years to come.