magazine 11 Feb 2021

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Shares predicts boom time for luxury goods companies. It picks various stocks and funds to take advantage of the Roaring Twenties where wealthier people are expected to splash the cash.

This week’s investment ideas include a retail giant with a chance of beating Amazon and a payments company on the cusp of making its first profit. There are also updates on previous ideas for Ocado, Texas Instruments, Experian and GlaxoSmithKline.

Discover the UK stocks riding the latest bitcoin surge and six potential takeover targets as M&A heats up.

Shares looks at the 15 global investment trusts on the London market and it argues the case for investing in Unilever.

A weakening dollar, tighter supply and stimulus speculation help Brent to a winning streak

TUI and On The Beach have both reported lower summer 2021 booking demand

Tesla’s big investment has driven a new rally in the cryptocurrency, benefiting Argo Blockchain and Mode

UK shares are in the sweet spot with relatively low valuations and an advanced vaccination programme offering more visibility

Investors are ‘all in’, with risk aversion at pre-pandemic lows

We use FTSE 250 meat producer Cranswick to show how a business can perform against its competitors

The stocks and funds to play an exciting turning point for this sector

We revisit some older investment ideas to learn some valuable lessons from our mistakes

With numerous products to choose from in the global category, picking the right one can take time. We explain everything you need to know

Explaining the options available under the new FCA-backed scheme

The company ticks the right boxes with essential products, ESG actions and strong cash generation

The company could be on the cusp of rapid profit and share price expansion

Analog microchips manufacturer delivers 12th straight quarterly earnings beat

Earnings growth is now expected to return in 2022, with an extra boost from delayed vaccine demand

Walmart benefits from a winning combination of keen prices, a dense store network and a growing digital business

High levels of investment are necessary to generate future profits

Consumer demand for credit is likely to take off this year

What rising prices could mean for different asset classes

A reader wants to know their options for both a workplace and state pension