The Hidden Flaw in the US Shale Boom

The Hidden Flaw in the US Shale Boom opefully you’ve enjoyed your Easter break so far. It’s always good to get a break from everything and refresh your mind and energy. That’s becoming harder if you follow the markets these days. Then again, the world has never stopped turning. The post The Hidden Flaw in […]

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Trade War Alliances Emerge

Trade War Alliances Emerge It’s bad news all-around. Not that anyone can agree on what’s good or bad news these days. And even if we could, there’s no agreement on whether good or bad news makes the market go up or down. Perhaps, even if things do take a turn for the worse, central bankers […]

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China Pulls the Plug on the US Dollar

China Pulls the Plug on the US Dollar Things are moving fast in China. The Chinese government is rushing to implement a series of changes to its currency before the coming global monetary reset. This reset has the US dollar firmly in the crosshairs. The post China Pulls the Plug on the US Dollar appeared […]

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What to Buy as Pricing Pressure Builds

What to Buy as Pricing Pressure Builds Earlier in the week I made the case that big resource firms are on track to go shopping for smaller projects. One reason for that is Rio Tinto Ltd [ASX:RIO]. Rio’s recent asset sales means it has US$12 billion to allocate in the near future. The post What […]

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Why the US-China Trade War Hits Australia Hardest

Why the US-China Trade War Hits Australia Hardest You need to know one thing when it comes to investing: Anything that happens with China has major long-term implications for you too. For starters, they are our largest trading partner — though China is more important to Australia than we are to them. Our economic welfare […]

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Aussie Stocks Hit the Bargain Bin

Aussie Stocks Hit the Bargain Bin Today marks the beginning of the most important week for the ASX this year. Last week we left the market near the […] The post Aussie Stocks Hit the Bargain Bin appeared first on Daily Reckoning Australia. See Original Article Gold Is Glittering for Aussie Punters Mr Market got […]

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US Senate to Greenlight a Credit Boom

US Senate to Greenlight a Credit Boom We start the week on a bullish note. Apparently US stocks saw a record inflow of US$43 billion last week, according to data cited in the Financial Times. That’s more than the amount that ploughed into the market after the election of Donald Trump. Can the momentum hold? […]

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What You’re Not Being Told about Cryptos

What You’re Not Being Told about Cryptos Ever willingly ingested tapeworms to help with weight loss? Drank radioactive water for its health benefits? We haven’t either. But we’re not surprised to learn that, somewhere, someone in this world has. The post What You’re Not Being Told about Cryptos appeared first on Daily Reckoning Australia. See […]

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Supermarket Clue for the Next Hot Resource Sector

Supermarket Clue for the Next Hot Resource Sector It goes without saying these days that there’s always a worry that China is going to fall over. Yet you wouldn’t think so looking at the recent numbers. China’s economy has expanded faster than expected for the first two months of 2018, according to industrial production statistics. […]

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Big Brother Is Coming for Bitcoin

Big Brother Is Coming for Bitcoin Many advocates of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have a naïve belief that their digital assets are ‘beyond the reach of governments’. That they ‘cannot be traced’. And ‘cannot be frozen or seized’. They’re beginning to learn otherwise. When it comes to Bitcoin, I take a laissez-faire approach — do […]

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