Monthly Archives: October 2016

5 Charts for Fully Invested Bears

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“While it seemed for a while that volatility had been completely eliminated from the market by an ever present Fed, I warned this was a dangerous assumption to make. On Friday, volatility returned with a vengeance.” The above excerpt is part of a discussion that Lance Roberts had on market volatility on the site realinvestmentadvice

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Why The Older Generation Preffered To Stay In The E.U

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The Future Most of the older generation people maintain the opinion that Europe should remain united with Britain being the centre and nucleus of this partnership. They report of a deep fear of countries like India and also China getting, to some exten, to more economic heights relative to the United Kingdom`s. They maintain that

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Investment Advice

Retirement Investment Advice

The Road to Retirement The road to retirement is never a smooth one, coming with many bumps along its path such as College Tuition or buying a house. You finally arrive and realise that you then have to find a way to manage your savings over the next 20, 30, or even 40 years. You

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6 Things that People Do With Money That Are Actually Illegal

Illegal Money activity

Whenever the phrase financial crime crops up, our mind plays images of bank robberies, money laundering or maybe even Ponzi schemes like the ones we see on television. Very few of us would consider ourselves as financial criminals, but according to financial research firm Bankrate – this may be far from the actual case. “It’s

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What to Expect In Q1 Of 2017

Prediction are never easy, but let us try and understand what the first quarter of 2017 may look like – as the UK consistently builds their expectations on its economic front. Key implications will be due to the Brexit. Housing One of the expected events is that the housing market will boom consistently. This is

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Slow Catastrophic Impact of Brexit on a Larger Scale

Not many odds makers or financial experts foresaw the potential exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union. Consequent reactions in the market were slow, swift, but many drastic factors  surprised many. Financial markets are expected to take a period to adjust to the changes, but face possibilities of falling into an entirely new

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Stocks to Watch Post Brexit

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Just recently, citizens of the United Kingdom opted to leave the European Union in a move that rocked the financial market, investors, multinational companies and the European community as a whole. However, the stock exchange has also changed drastically with as shift in the behaviour of various stock markets in Britain. Widely affected equity markets

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When Size Does Not Correlate To Its Potential

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Let’s keep it simple, the following are some of the small companies to watch for in 2016 in the UK. Whitworths Whitworths is a small company that has big potential. It is a provider of nuts, dried food and seeds. It has supplied major supermarkets and has grown tremendously. It is a food and drink

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Unstable Market Forces MNC’s To Relook Their Operation Status in UK

MNC in UK post brexit

Following the decision by Britain to leave the European Union, multinationals worldwide have announced that their brands are looking into implementing certain changes so that they do not hinder future production levels. In a move that is set to see thousands of people, hard working citizens of the United Kingdom, risk possibilities of unemployment. The

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Markets Natural Response to Crisis

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There have been numerous market crashes in the world. Historically, major crisis have had adverse effects on the market. The impacts vary depending on the specific sectors, lets have a look at the following: Geopolitical responses Eddy Elfenbein analyzed various market’s response to major crisis which were geopolitical in nature. He posits that that the

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