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Jim Rickards: Donald Trump Has Ronald Reagan’s Financial Playbook, But Faces ‘Headwinds’

Marc Faber. Peter Schiff. Now Jim Rickards. Three “crash prophets” who aren’t convinced U.S. President-elect Donald Trump can magically solve America’s economic ills. Rickards, an American lawyer, economist, investment banker,...
by Survival And Prosperity on Dec 5, 2016

Peter Schiff Predicts Gold ‘Going A Lot Higher’ As Trump Fed Draws From ‘Well Of QE’

In a post yesterday about Swiss-born investment advisor/money manager Marc Faber, I noted that the the publisher of the monthly investment newsletter The Gloom Boom & Doom Report reportedly told atendees at a recent investment conference that th...
by Survival And Prosperity on Dec 1, 2016

How Breaking A Fixed Deposit Prematurely Might Harm You More Than Help

Are you in need of cash urgently? Looking to break your fixed deposit? That might be counterproductive. Find out how that might not be the best thing to do. You’ve taken out a fixed deposit and started saving. But a sudden emergency arises where yo...
by Doable Finance on Dec 1, 2016

Wise Money waiting for key US data on Friday

Today we have US employment data which will give us a taster as we build up to the key non farm payroll data on Friday. Feedback from the labour market is the highest consideration, as the FOMC judge whether it is appropriate to increase interest rat...
by Wise Money on Aug 31, 2016

Sterling performs well thanks to record UK jobless

Sterling had a much better day trading yesterday against all its major currency pairings, as the UK Jobless Claims total fell to a record 1.64 million. The numbers from April to June showed that the total fell by just over 50,000, with official figur...
by Wise Money on Aug 19, 2016

UK interest rates cut to 0.25%

The Bank of England’s has cut interest rates by half to a new record low of 0.25%. In addition the Bank of England (BOE) launched a massive stimulus package designed to save the UK economy from recession. The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Com...
by Wise Money on Aug 3, 2016

Marc Faber Suggests Gold Should Make Up 25 Percent Of Portfolio

Earlier this month, I blogged about how Swiss-born investment advisor/money manager Marc Faber informed CNBC TV viewers he holds physical gold stored in safe deposit boxes. Last Thursday, the publisher of the monthly investment newsletter The Gloom B...
by Survival And Prosperity on Jul 26, 2016

Theresa May wastes no time in planning UK’s Brexit strategy

Theresa May is wasting no time in planning the UK’s Brexit strategy as she travels to Germany and France for discussions. Two of the more significant economies of the EU are keen to meet and begin discussions about an exit plan with the new PM.
by Wise Money on Jul 20, 2016

Peter Schiff: ‘This Is A New Leg Of The Gold Bull Market’

Economist, financial broker/dealer, and author Peter Schiff was interviewed by Kitco News Editor-In-Chief Daniela Cambone last Friday out at FreedomFest in Las Vegas. Schiff, who correctly-called last decade’s housing crash and the global economic...
by Survival And Prosperity on Jul 18, 2016

Transfer Balances To Save Money

In all the financial advice you see from experts, there’s a consistent message to avoid credit card debt. They remind us of the high-interest rates, the never-ending payments, and the impact on our credit scores. And they are right. Credit card...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Jul 13, 2016

Canadian real estate prices forecast to see largest annual increase this century

Housing price appreciation across the country will be more than it has been in the last 16 years, according to a new forecast from one of the country’s largest real estate companies. Royal LePage, in a report out Wednesday, says economic uncertaint...

US Dollar surges after non farm payroll boost

The US Dollar received a boost in trading, as did stock markets after the non farm payroll report was released. With job numbers in the US soaring by 287,000, way above the 170,000 expected number; investors flocked to the US dollar to find stable gr...
by Wise Money on Jul 11, 2016

Peter Schiff Sees ‘Enormous Round Of Quantitative Easing’ Ahead For U.S.

Euro Pacific Capital CEO Peter Schiff, who correctly-called the housing bust and economic crisis last decade, just published a new entry to his Peter Schiff’s Gold Videocast vlog on YouTube.com. Schiff talked about what’s behind the recent ta...
by Survival And Prosperity on Jul 5, 2016

In questo mondo di tassi.... zero e sottozero!

Aggiornamento last minute sull'evoluzione dei tassi di interesse a livello globale. L'ammontare complessivo di titoli a rendimento negativo ha superato gli 11,7 Trilioni di dollari. In altre parole oltre il 30% dell'ammontare complessivo di titoli di...
by The Best Trader on Jul 5, 2016

Brexit And Your Money!

Will 'Brexit' be a net positive or negative for U.S. real estate?Now that the 'Brexit' vote is in the books and 'Leave' the EU side is the victor, what might this mean for U.S. real estate? Some facts we know...- Global Stock Markets Are Swooning!- T...
by The Political Commentator on Jun 24, 2016

UK votes to Leave eu in BREXIT

After the UK’s vote to leave the EU following a very close sentiment, Sterling has weakened significantly- but is bouncing back from it’s lows. There is a factor of uncertainty within the markets which has caused a lot of major sell-offs. Fur...
by Wise Money on Jun 24, 2016

Pound rallies on UK Manufacturing Data

Yesterday we saw a surprise jump in UK’s manufacturing data in April to 2.3% from a paltry 0.1% in March. The positive number in an area that has struggled, led to a move higher for the Pound. In addition, the NIESR GDP estimate also came out s...
by Wise Money on Jun 9, 2016

Federal Reserve likely to hold off interest rate rises as jobs falter

US non farm payroll data last week came as a rude shock to the markets at a paltry figure of 38,000 against an expected number of 164,000. The US Dollar lost ground against most of its counterparts straight after the release and has now almost moved...
by Wise Money on Jun 6, 2016

Greater Vancouver home sales and prices set to soar in 2016

Home sales in Greater Vancouver are on a hot streak, and the professional association representing all the real estate boards in the province is bumping up its forecast for 2016, predicting escalating prices and a jump in the number of homes sold. Th...

US jobless claims drop

We are just a few hours away from the spring Bank holiday and today is expected to be a quiet day. The main piece of news out today will be the second estimate of US growth in the first three months of the year which is scheduled at 1.30pm GMT. The f...
by Wise Money on May 27, 2016


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