My Observations on the Brexit and Europe’s Deflationary Funk



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My Observations on the Brexit and Europe’s Deflationary Funk

Europe’s annual inflation rate came in for May at MINUS 0.1%. This is being heralded as ‘an easing of deflationary concerns’. What BS.
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Should You Exit Losing Trades Faster?

Impatience for performance can go one of two ways. It can get you out of losing trades early, which is good. But it can also see potentially good trades cut short.
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Can the Stock Market Predict the Future of the Housing Market?

All their stock price rise is telling you is that company’s earnings are increasing. It doesn’t guarantee that all is well in the US housing market…or Australia’s for that matter.
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Australia’s Debt Build-up Is Even Worse than China’s!

The interest bill on the debt is over $40 billion per annum. That’s money that flows back to our foreign creditors every year.
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American Hero

Montmorillon was celebrating the return of a war hero, Col. Harper, an American pilot who crash-landed in this field in 1944.
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