BY Frank Hemsley POSTED January 27, 2017
Once we have a high level view of the market, we then look at moving lower and considering potential trades.
BY Glenn Fisher POSTED September 05, 2016
By documenting our aims in a public way, these particular tasks are harder to ‘forget about’.
BY Glenn Fisher POSTED September 01, 2016
How 17th century Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer can help you live a richer life.
BY Tom Bulford POSTED July 03, 2017
Today we are able to use CRISPR to disable target genes and to add new stretches of DNA. One of the impressive aspects of Doudna’s book is her confidence in these techniques.
BY Tom Bulford POSTED June 29, 2017
I met the person who has more influence over the future than anybody else.
BY Tom Bulford POSTED April 25, 2017
Technology has advanced so rapidly that it is now reasonable to discuss editing the DNA of germ-line cells, thus determining the physical fate of future generations.
BY Jim Rickards POSTED August 17, 2017
Convenience is the Trojan horse that will eradicate physical cash...
BY Jim Rickards POSTED August 16, 2017
And why YOUR money is vulnerable...
BY Jim Rickards POSTED August 15, 2017
The logic of war vs the illogic of bubbles...
BY Simon Popple POSTED April 24, 2017
I went on Tip TV last week to talk about gold. Specifically how investors can beat the gold rally by investing in gold miners.
BY Jim Rickards POSTED April 13, 2017
Geopolitics will continue to keep a floor under gold prices.
BY Simon Popple POSTED February 16, 2017
Gold miners have leverage to gold. If the gold price goes up, I’d expect them to go up more. A lot more.
BY Ben Traynor POSTED July 18, 2017
Pouring cold water on crypto (and why you may still want to take the plunge anyway)
BY Glenn Fisher POSTED June 21, 2017
I talked Amazon with growth stock expert Sean Keyes.
BY Sean Keyes POSTED June 01, 2017
Amazon floated on the stock market 20 years go as a humble bookseller; now it’s the world’s most feared company.
BY David Stevenson POSTED July 13, 2017
The oil price is up to its usual tricks again – it’s all over the place.
BY David Stevenson POSTED June 16, 2017
Coal’s apologists suggest that CCS (carbon capture and storage) technology can be the fuel’s saviour on the grounds that it significantly cuts greenhouse gas emissions.
BY David Stevenson POSTED June 08, 2017
Renewable energy technologies are still relatively new, so they may still lack much-needed efficiency.
New BY Sean Keyes POSTED 22 hours ago
One bitcoin will cost you $4144 dollars as I type. That’s an all-time record.
BY Sean Keyes POSTED August 15, 2017
Never bought cryptos? Don’t know where to start?
BY Sean Keyes POSTED August 11, 2017
Brazil’s greatest footballer, Neymar, is getting it in the neck this week.
BY Pieter Cranenbroek POSTED May 26, 2016
There’s a tower in Vauxhall overlooking London, and mocking it. St George Wharf Tower is a perfect example of how the country has been run for years.
BY Bill Bonner POSTED April 19, 2016
Friends and family came to the retirement party of Jorge. For 50 years, Jorge has been checking the herd on horseback. He doesn’t seem eager to give it up.
BY Glenn Fisher POSTED October 30, 2015
As you may remember, I’m currently working on a big project building a case for why I believe penny shares are an excellent investment.
BY David Stevenson POSTED June 02, 2017
What determines a share price?
BY David Stevenson POSTED May 03, 2017
"Sell in May and go away, and come on back on St Leger's Day."
BY Sean Keyes POSTED December 09, 2016
Job-stealing robots is a fun story, but it just doesn’t fit the data.
BY Pieter Cranenbroek POSTED December 07, 2016
The tech industry is booming across the whole country.
BY Sean Keyes POSTED December 02, 2016
Talented nerds end up in London. That's where the money and success stories are.
BY David Belle POSTED August 16, 2017
Today I’d like to tell you a little bit more about the trading strategies I personally use to trade the markets.
BY David Belle POSTED August 15, 2017
I was 17 and in sixth form studying for my A-Levels when I began trading…
BY Glenn Fisher POSTED August 15, 2017
A currency or stock can be riding high one day and falling faster than a lead balloon the next.
BY Ben Traynor POSTED August 08, 2017
Let’s hope things don’t go as far as they did in the 1930s...
BY Ben Traynor POSTED August 07, 2017
But if you want to buckle up for a wild ride...
BY Ben Traynor POSTED August 03, 2017
They want to raise rates. Just not quite yet...
BY Bill Bonner POSTED October 03, 2016
In today’s issue, a look at the Grand Opening of our new overseas headquarters: a renovated 19th-century mansion in Ireland.
BY Bill Bonner POSTED September 30, 2016
When the feds announce a new war, we assume their goal is to beat the enemy. Not so. They want to keep the war going. That way both sides win.
BY Bill Bonner POSTED September 29, 2016
The current system suppresses markets in order to deliver trillions of greasy dollars to Deep State cronies. The Fed has acted in favour of the few to the detriment of the many.
BY Pieter Cranenbroek POSTED August 02, 2017
The UK government missed an opportunity to reassure bankers and hold them off packing their suitcases.
BY Pieter Cranenbroek POSTED July 27, 2017
Can central banks afford to normalise rates and curb quantitative easing? Can they afford not to?
BY Pieter Cranenbroek POSTED July 18, 2017
Britain could struggle to attract the immigrants it needs to keep the economy running.
BY Tom Bulford POSTED August 01, 2017
Last week I met the person who will most likely have more influence over the future of the world than anybody else.
BY John Redwood POSTED August 11, 2017
The UK government is about to publish a series of position papers on the EU negotiations.
Most commentators and bankers now accept that big mistakes were made in the middle of the last decade allowing commercial banks and investment banks to borrow too much money
BY John Redwood POSTED March 17, 2017
There are signs that more governments on the continent are beginning to realise that the UK is not seeking continued membership of the single market or customs union.
BY Glenn Fisher POSTED March 10, 2017
I’ve been sharing a whole host of ideas from some of the new contributors we’ll be featuring in the coming weeks.
BY Glenn Fisher POSTED March 09, 2017
Listen to our interview with Professor Steve Keen in full or read the transcript.
BY David Stevenson POSTED August 08, 2017
And no, it’s not the fallout from Brexit.
BY David Stevenson POSTED June 30, 2017
Ever heard of the ‘Altman Z-score’?
It’s a statistical formula that uses income and balance sheet values to calculate the chance of a company going bust. The Z-score was first published in 1968 by Edward Altman, then Assistant Professor of Finance at New York University.
BY Tom Tragett POSTED March 07, 2017
I wanted to point you in the direction of a video I thought you might find interesting...
BY Tom Tragett POSTED February 15, 2017
The fed chair, Janet Yellen, surprised me and many others yesterday. As a result, the dollar got a boost across the board.
BY Tom Tragett POSTED February 01, 2017
Now the AUDUSD also reacted to the move lower in the USD, but thankfully there was no mention of Australia by Trump.
BY Simon Popple POSTED September 22, 2016
Over many years, interest rates have been a major tool for managing the global economy. Not just ours – but every economy in the world.
BY Jonathan Davis POSTED March 24, 2017
Gold is roughly where it was 12 months ago. Is it due a big move?
BY Jonathan Davis POSTED March 07, 2017
Mainstream thinking and the financial elite want you to believe that the great depression was a result of capitalism.
BY Darren Sinden POSTED July 28, 2017
Why the Dow 30 has retained its appeal to and place in the mind of US investors.
BY Darren Sinden POSTED July 26, 2017
Yesterday we looked at some of the challenges that the world will face over the next three decades and beyond...
We have to realise the current state of affairs is not this government's fault.
BY Tom Bulford POSTED October 03, 2016
Google wants to use its technological prowess to get involved in healthcare. It's investing in bioelectronics.
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