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 October 31, 2017
A baby girl desperately needed heart surgery and it could not wait....
BY Tom Bulford POSTED October 12, 2017
The FDA’s first ever approval of Kymriah, a CAR-T drug for acute childhood leukaemia, was a milestone for immuno-oncology and has justifiably hit the headlines. But it is far from the end of the story, as a long study from Dr John Savin and Dr Daniel Wilkinson of Edison Research makes clear.
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.
New BY Alan Hill POSTED 11 hours ago
How did it come to this?
In the lead up to the 2015 General Election, when David Cameron was bullied by Nigel Farage into including plans for a referendum on continued membership of the EU in his manifesto, it was considered little more than a note at the bottom of the page.
New BY Sean Keyes POSTED 18 hours ago
Bob Lutz is known as a car industry “legend”. He’s a cigar-chomping ex-marine. And he’s worked at the highest levels of Ford, BMW, Chrysler and GM.
BY Sean McCloskey POSTED November 17, 2017
The cryptocurrency market is starting to remind me of the Wild West.
Anonymous, digitally “masked” hackers are stealing millions upon millions in crypto.
New BY Jim Rickards POSTED 12 hours ago
The physical fundamentals are stronger than ever for gold.
BY Jim Rickards POSTED October 31, 2017
I write and speak a lot on gold. In contrast — and this surprises some people — bitcoin is my least favourite topic. I’m made my views known many times.
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 John Redwood POSTED November 07, 2017
I noticed in all the BBC allegations about use of tax havens they of course made no mention of why it is that most UK collective investment fund investments are now made through Dublin or Luxembourg.
BY Pieter Cranenbroek POSTED November 02, 2017
What came out of nowhere, saw a strong pullback and made an unexpected comeback? Jeremy Corbyn... and this financial asset.
BY Greg Guenthner POSTED November 01, 2017
If you’re looking to lead a long, healthy life free of pain and anguish, there’s only one thing you need to do…
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.
BY Sean Keyes POSTED October 18, 2017
It’s easy be cynical about Tesla. Tesla is somehow more valuable than Ford and GM – companies that each produce 100 times more cars than it.
BY Brian Maher POSTED October 18, 2017
We’ve been keeping two separate books on bitcoin…
BY Sean Keyes POSTED October 12, 2017
When we recruit editors here at Agora Financial, there's one characteristic we look for above all others. We're looking for people who are obsessed with their subject.
BY David Stevenson POSTED October 16, 2017
UK house prices.
Few old chestnuts are more certain to wind everyone up.
Opinions are highly polarised...
BY Greg Guenthner POSTED October 05, 2017
In Wake of Hurricanes, Home Builder Caution Grows
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 Jim Rickards POSTED November 02, 2017
Market crashes often happen not when everyone is worried about them, but when no one is worried about them.
BY Sean Keyes POSTED October 30, 2017
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is running circles around the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite this week. The Big Board was up as much as 200 points yesterday thanks to key earnings beats from Caterpillar (NYSE:CAT) and 3M (NYSE:MMM).
BY Greg Guenthner POSTED October 25, 2017
The relentless rally marches on.
BY Pieter Cranenbroek POSTED October 31, 2017
Washington lawmakers are growing icier towards big tech companies like Google, Apple, Amazon and Facebook.
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 David Belle POSTED November 16, 2017
Are we heading for a crash?
BY David Belle POSTED November 15, 2017
I’ve been speaking recently about cryptocurrencies and how I’ve done a u-turn on them – believing that there are crypto’s out there that do have value and are worth owning.
BY David Belle POSTED November 14, 2017
I got chatting with the driver of my Uber the other day…
BY Pieter Cranenbroek POSTED November 17, 2017
What can we expect to see if “Comrade Corbyn” were to be installed as Britain’s political leader?
BY Pieter Cranenbroek POSTED November 15, 2017
Cryptocurrencies could help countries with a vested interest in doing away with the current system reshape global finance
BY Sean Keyes POSTED November 17, 2017
You’d never know it from looking at cars on the road. But the car industry has turned upside down in the last year. The biggest carmakers have suddenly decided to go “all in” on electric vehicles (EVs).
BY Sean Keyes POSTED November 14, 2017
Snapchat is such an odd business.
BY Glenn Fisher POSTED October 10, 2017
As promised, below you’ll find the transcript of a recent conversation I had with our newest trading expert David Belle.
BY Glenn Fisher POSTED June 21, 2017
I talked Amazon with growth stock expert Sean Keyes.
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 David Stevenson POSTED November 16, 2017
Donald Trump has now been US President for exactly one year. Plus a few days, to be exact – the presidential election actually took place on the 8th of November 2016.
BY David Stevenson POSTED November 09, 2017
It seems the Queen has invested in offshore funds.
The Duchy of Lancaster – an income provider for the British monarch – has apparently squirrelled £10m into operations run in the Cayman Islands and Bermuda, according to leaked documents known as the Paradise Papers.
BY David Stevenson POSTED October 26, 2017
With stock markets at record highs and the global economy growing great, another financial collapse (such as 30 years ago in 1987) may not be on the cards.
BY Jim Rickards POSTED November 14, 2017
Gold could be in a long-term trend right now that spells dramatically higher prices in the years ahead.
BY Jim Rickards POSTED November 13, 2017
Leland Miller, a good friend of mine, is the founder and proprietor of an economic research service called the “China Beige Book.”
BY Tom Tragett POSTED November 10, 2017
Do you remember the song ‘video killed the radio star’ from back in the 1980’s?
BY Tom Tragett POSTED November 08, 2017
The news last week that the Bank of England had finally decided to reverse their post Brexit emergency cut, pushing the base rate back at 0.50%, was met with a nigh on 2% drop in the pound.
BY Tom Tragett POSTED October 13, 2017
The latest round of Brexit negotiations have run into a brick wall again it seems, with a state of ‘deadlock’ announced yesterday by the EU chief negotiator, Michel Barnier.
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 November 06, 2017
The opponents of Brexit who are still out to stop or dilute it seem to see Brexit as some big economic event. It is difficult to see why.
They concentrate on trade. There is no evidence that joining the EEC or completing the single market did anything to boost UK growth so it is difficult to see how leaving it will do the opposite.
BY John Redwood POSTED November 04, 2017
The Bank and the FSA allowed far too large an expansion of credit and derivatives prior to 2007, as many pointed out at the time.
They then decided to crash the banking system by withdrawing liquidity and putting up rates, leading to the Great Recession.
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 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 Ajit Dayal POSTED August 31, 2017
India demonetisation was a dud
BY Ajit Dayal POSTED July 30, 2017
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