magazine 10 Jan 2019

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Shares uses a trio of tried and tested valuation metrics to identify the cheapest stocks in the FTSE 350 index.

Also this week: why Apple’s sales warning matters to so many investors, a potential threat to the dividend at British Airways-owner International Consolidated Airlines, and why ITV shares are back in fashion.

Shares responds to readers’ questions on pensions, it looks at the first Christmas updates from the retail sector, and gives an introduction to the world of impact investing.

Read about the euro 20 years on from launch and enjoy the latest sector report which looks at the pubs industry.

The pubs sector experienced mixed fortunes in 2018 as changing trends and higher costs hit trading

Using tried and tested metrics to spot market bargains

We look at how certain types of investment look to actively do good with your money

All eyes on the media sector as re-transmission deals hit the headlines

We examine some of the key announcements and the market reaction to them

Robin Boyle bids to wrest back control of small cap trust

Citi is worried that Norwegian’s debt pile could result in bad news for investors

We talk to fund managers about the prospects for the single currency and Eurozone shares

Polar Capital Technology’s Ben Rogoff has used stock selection flexibility to out-do benchmark

We look at the prospects for a turnaround in fortunes for equities

Looking at the market context as quarterly updates start to trickle in  

We look at some of the key worries for the market and the stocks and funds which might be affected

Prudently well-spread trust should appeal to the risk-averse as volatility returns

Eland Oil & Gas is poised to deliver material increases in output in 2019

One of our top share picks for 2019 is already 16% in profit

The games maker now says earnings will beat previous expectations

AJ Bell expert Tom Selby answers a trio of questions in this week's column