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Do You Want to Supersize your Debt?

Do You Want to Supersize your Debt?

Being a banker nowadays is more like being a used car salesman. Tellers make incentives by recommending debt products, and the incentives complement their pay.
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Central Banks Vulnerable to the Next Recession

Central bankers are fast running out of options. This means that when, not if, the next crisis hits we are going to bear the full brunt of the market.
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The Myths of Technology and Innovation

Some of the most important innovations are collaborations. Even more commonly, they are a mish-mash of ideas formed by fusing together existing ideas.
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New Heights of Profitability from Artificial Data-Crunchers

Today’s artificial data crunchers can drive companies to new heights of profitability, and do it at lightning speeds, too.
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Water Bear Winner Showcase: oOh! Media Ltd [ASX:OML]

In June 2016, after just nine months on the buy list, oOh! Media breached the 106% return mark. The next day the stock slid back slightly.
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A Look Under the Australian Economy’s Bonnet

A Look Under the Australian Economy’s Bonnet

The Australian economy has grown 3.3%. The housing market prices keep on rising. Job data is strong, and unemployment is at a low 5.6%. So everything is going great, right?
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Don’t Bet on Deflation Lasting Forever

Japan’s stock market crashed in 1989. Since then, the no-luck Japanese have had sluggish growth, recession, and on-again/off-again deflation.
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The Bell Has Rung on the REIT Sector

While the market is happy celebrating a timid Fed, one major sector in the Aussie market doesn’t look particularly healthy. Since being decimated during the 2008 credit crisis, this sector has bounced back strongly to once again become a ‘market darling’.
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The RBA Controls The Aussie Economy: I Must Have Missed the Memo

At some point the RBA was elevated to sole guardian of the Australian economy, yet there isn’t any official mention of it. Now where is that memo?
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Is the Stock Market Going Through A Sucker Rally?

Stocks were up, bonds rallied, precious metals and commodities rose too, and the US dollar tanked. Yet the decision to keep rates on hold was largely expected, wasn’t it?
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The Debt Riddle That Elites Are Trying to Solve

The Debt Riddle That Elites Are Trying to Solve

There are three ways to repay sovereign debt: default, growth and inflation. Obviously, growth is the best way, but it’s not happening.
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Stocks Rising as Earnings Fall

We’re worried that the market is only being held up by artificially low interest rates. We’re worried that the US market is climbing higher, even though company earnings are falling.
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Sell Stocks… Buy Gold

When the Dow is worth less than five ounces of gold, buy stocks and sell gold. When the Dow is worth more than 10 ounces of gold, sell stocks and buy gold.
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Would you Accept Debt as your Inheritance?

Now those parents are passing away. Their heirs are receiving assets that are sometimes guaranteeing an amount of debt greater than the house’s value.
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This Is How the Feds Will Ban Cash

The feds will impose measures to crack down on tax cheats, tighten the noose on black-market operators, and shut off funds to causes they don’t like.
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Janet Yellen’s Shame

Janet Yellen’s Shame

On Monday, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said Fed chief Janet Yellen should be ashamed of herself for what she was doing to Americans and for creating a ‘false stock market.’
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More Aussie Real Estate Sharks Enter The Market

Ever heard of Purplebricks? They do it far cheaper than other real estate sharks. It also helps the buyer to communicate directly with the seller.
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Stock Options: How to Squeeze More Money Out of a Share Price

Once you’ve got a basic options account set up, it’s a strategy that you can go into the market and implement straight away.
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How To Protect Yourself When The ASX Market Bear Roars Again

The overall Aussie market was down 2.2% on Monday. And on Tuesday, while it got off to a good start, the ASX All Ords again closed down for the day.
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The Asian Infrastructure Figures That Make the US Debt Look Small

There’s still huge scope for growth to come out of China and the rest of Asia. Naturally, Australia is incredibly well placed to benefit from this.
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The Best Performing Sector On The Australian Stock Market in 2016

The Best Performing Sector On The Australian Stock Market in 2016

What has been one of the best performing sectors on the Australian stock market this year? Kris Sayce explains where the best gains were to be found.
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The Real ‘Terrorists’ Are in Washington

If you believe the polls, millions of Americans will choose their next president based on which one will do a better job of protecting them from terrorists.
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Finding Avocado Level Growth in Emerging Markets

Who said you can’t make money in this market? If Avocados can demonstrate incredible growth, then I know there are other opportunities out there, too.
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Countries are Getting Teady to Ban Cash

In Australia, over half of the transactions are now cashless. And research from Westpac reveals that Australians believe the country will become a cashless society by 2022.
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Reverse Mortgages: Can Hollywood Stars Convince you to Take on More Debt?

The goal is that you will retire with your mortgage paid off, right? And you can leave the property to your family as an inheritance, debt free.
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