ArchivesMagazine - 01 Nov 2018Emerging markets: toxic or great opportunity? We look at whether you should take advantage of price weakness or just avoid this part of the investment universe completely 01 November 2018|Main Feature Issue: 01 Nov 2018 - Page 20 < The skew phenomenon: how a handful of stocks can drive the entire market Quality of FTSE 100 earnings improves even as the index struggles > Issue: 01 Nov 2018 - Page 20 | Contents Next: Quality of FTSE 100 earnings improves even as the index struggles Previous: The skew phenomenon: how a handful of stocks can drive the entire market Find out how to deal online from £1.50 in a SIPP, ISA or Dealing account. James Crux Issue Contents Editor's View Should CEOs be forced to buy company shares when they get the top job? Exchange-Traded Funds We reveal the cheapest ETFs on the market Great Ideas Keystone Law’s profit soars on high-flying recruits Invest with the best: why Brunner is a must-have fund Great Ideas Update Worldpay ends referral deal with RBS Lok’N Store impresses with full year results Hastings and Yu Group exit our Great Ideas portfolio Investment Trusts Don’t hang around: snap up these investment trusts while they are going cheap Main Feature Emerging markets: toxic or great opportunity? Money Matters How to hold various currencies in your ISA and SIPP News Market volatility comes back to haunt investors Rating (and slating) the banks Is Restaurant Group paying too much for Wagamama? The stocks and sectors affected by the Budget The rug has been pulled from under carpets group Victoria The key takeaways for retirement investors in the Budget Russ Mould Quality of FTSE 100 earnings improves even as the index struggles Talking Point The skew phenomenon: how a handful of stocks can drive the entire market Under The Bonnet Should you buy Aston Martin now its shares have fallen 26% since IPO?