Spectator Money – Features
The prospects for housebuilders are much brighter – but their shares still look cheap
Emerging markets have lost their shine but the best still offer attractive returns
Our veteran investor searches for winners in the fast-changing landscape of energy
You can invest in anything via the arcane world of exchange-traded funds
Rare manuscripts give pleasure — and steadily rising value — to discerning collectors
Billionaires are pouring cash into interplanetary travel. Is it a black hole — or the next big thing?
Baby Boomers are the luckiest generation. So how can we invest in their prosperity?
Are you saving enough to live comfortably in your tenth decade?
A new generation of British entrepreneurs need to scale up and fulfil their global potential
London’s junior stock market offers excellent returns for shrewd investors
From Japan to Canada, value can still be found by smart share selection
The precious metal might be a good bet but antique silver has lost its shine
Charity auctions are a fun way to part the well-off from spare cash
Some of the best things in life are free of capital gains tax
Exporters and service firms can thrive outside the EU
Jonathan Davis invites City veteran and Open Europe founder Rodney Leach to assess the campaigns for and against Brexit
Your bank may be hopelessly uncompetitive in foreign exchange deals — but be careful who else you deal with
The digital currency has a cult following — but is it a safe haven against mainstream money mayhem?
Our veteran investor offers tips for Sipp holders in worrying times
British expats in France fear a stronger euro far more than Brexit
Why Switzerland is such a great place to live and invest — and so happy it stayed out of the EU
Why Britain’s world-class galleries and auction houses could benefit from Brexit
‘Forecasting is a mug’s game’ is a dictum often heard in the financial world, yet more often ignored. As our…