magazine 14 Oct 2021

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Netflix continues to attract large numbers of new subscribers, but are the shares worth buying? Find out in the new issue of Shares magazine.

This week’s investment ideas include an airline that looks primed to bounce back and a fund that seeks to defend against inflation.

Discover three reasons why investors might now want to look at Chinese stocks after a large sell-off this year.

Learn why Next could give THG a run for its money and the new strategic plans at Tesco.

Read Shares’ comprehensive guide to pensions automatic enrolment and the latest on investing in bonds.

You also can read about ASOS, Entain, Prudential, ASML, Teamviewer and more.

It has had three weeks to consider DraftKings’ offer and shareholders need to know what management is thinking

Pod Point and Pantheon Infrastructure are among the latest names heading to the UK stock market

Multiple industries face further cost pressures which could lead to reduced consumer spending

Online fast fashion purveyor parts ways with Nick Beighton after six years of mixed success

The large transaction will put the spotlight on the Asian opportunity

There will be a tighter focus on convenience and online instead of big-box stores

With the shares having recently hit a new all-time high and the company expanding into new areas, are the shares worth buying?

Tucked within the retail star is a logistics solution business which could rival Ocado and THG

Fears over regulation, Evergrande contagion and slowing growth look overdone

Aberdeen Asian Income still trades on a big discount despite being the sector’s star performer in 2021

Who is included, what does it involve and does it ever make sense to opt out?

How inflation is affecting the fixed income market

Quite a few shares have seen double-digit share price declines in recent weeks despite the absence of any news

Remote IT play has been a disaster as management got priorities wrong

Shares in the chip technology firm are up 140% in 18 months

The backdrop is improving for the company and the shares are also starting to edge up

We’re sticking with the capital preservation trust with a track record of making money in up and down markets

If revenue forecasts are even vaguely right, earnings could surprise positively

Latitude invests in stocks for long-term growth but balances this with lower-risk non-equity investments

AJ Bell’s pensions expert Tom Selby considers the details around employer pension contributions