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Shares looks at the beaten-up car sector to see if there is any value in listed companies making, selling or financing the purchase of vehicles.

The digital magazine’s top picks of the year are significantly beating the market. Don’t miss the latest performance update.

Also this week: discover the key reasons why Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway investment vehicle has been so successful, and find out why the tobacco sector has gone up in smoke.

Learn why Prudential’s investors will soon receive free shares in M&G and find out about a property-related business exciting the market.

Shares also talks to fund manager Mark Slater about how he has achieved market-beating returns.

There’s still fuel in the tank for retailers and financiers

Vaping woes are putting the industry under real pressure

We look at the UK market winners and losers from the past week    

Be prepared for a world where fund suspensions are more common

We explain why the companies are splitting, when it will happen and the potential dividend attractions

Everything you need to know about Warren Buffett’s investment vehicle

We reveal how the growth champion looks for stocks and has achieved long-term outperformance

Investors are increasingly opting for geographic diversification

We discuss ways in which to improve your portfolio construction

New figures show the latest trends for withdrawal rates and the number seeking advice

We look at the alternatives if your local bank shuts down

Having back-up cash and not taking excessive risks could be a wise move

Some investors are starting to see value in its stock market despite a volatile backdrop

The firm is highly cash generative and is achieving attractive levels of profit growth

The serviced office provider is moving to a franchise model that could greatly enhance shareholder returns

Be patient and wait for the shares to rise

Shares’ selection of stocks is beating the market by 61%

Our expert helps a reader concerned about the impact of a new government on his retirement savings