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‘Our Dollar, Your Problem…’

‘Our Dollar, Your Problem…’

This complex web of financial and economic links have the potential to unleash black swan events at any time. These are events no one expects until they happen. But they will happen.
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How to Build Your Own Junior Gold ETF — Part 1

I want to provide a bit of an introduction to ETFs (exchange traded funds), to give you a better understanding when investing in them.
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How Activist Investors Are Upending the Food Chain

Activist investors now need to pitch their plans to the passive funds, to see if they’ll get on board. Passive? Maybe not anymore.
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Don’t Be Fooled by This Calm Market

When market volatility — aka price swings — seems to vanish, people feel no need to protect themselves.They buy without doing research.
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Your Cash is No Good Here

When was the last time you dropped over $10,000 in cash? If you’re like me, it’s probably not a weekly, or even yearly, experience.
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Looking up to Someone Else is a Very Bad Mental Habit

Looking up to Someone Else is a Very Bad Mental Habit

Last week, I brought you part one of an interview with Mark Ford, who shared his advice on goalsetting, along with a wealth-building formula based on his ‘Golden Buckets’ system. This week, you’ll learn how Mark prioritises his most important …
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Change…Whether You Want It or Not

We’re trying to avoid distractions. What is really going on, we wonder? What is really important, we ask? Donald J. Trump came to Washington, DC promising to ‘drain the swamp’. Instead, the swamp is draining him. The media entangles him …
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The Children Are Revolting

In politics, the word revolting takes on two meanings. Theresa May probably loathes the youth. Whereas Jeremy Corbyn tapped into millennial discontent.
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Our Investing Environment is One of No Gain, All Pain

Our Investing Environment is One of No Gain, All Pain

In the investing business, there are two options: making gains and avoiding losses. My assessment is risk far outweighs reward by a considerable margin.
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Celebrating and Decrying Australia’s Recession-Free Run

As the world plunged into recession from 07-09, we rode the wave. But with China sputtering, our risk of slipping into recession has never been greater.
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Barack Obama: The $600 Billion Man

Obama bought an $8 million house in DC. ‘Where did the former community organiser/lawyer/federal employee get the money for that kind of pad?’ we wondered.
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Is a Housing Decline Australia’s Single Largest Domestic Risk?

Young people can’t afford to live close to the city because they eat out far too much and travel all the time. The older generation is sitting comfortably on their property (or properties) just watching their net-worth climb.
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Eulogy for My Mother

Eulogy for My Mother

People started arriving an hour before the funeral. After a few hymns and readings, your editor took the pulpit to share a eulogy for his mother.
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The Proof Showing Banks Are Worried about Mortgage Debt

What’s a sign a bank has overleveraged itself and doesn’t want you to know about it? They make sudden changes and reassure you it’s about ‘regulations’.
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This Cycle Can Show What’s Going to Happen Next

The best way to get a decent idea of what’s going to happen next is with knowledge of the real estate cycle. This is not rocket science.
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What Does a Think Tank Think About?

We’re back at our post — watching…reading…trying to connect the dots. And we begin by asking: What does a think tank think about?
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There’s More to Options than Shares

If you’ve taken a look at options before, chances are it’s only been in relation to shares. That’s not surprising. Most of information concentrates on them.
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The Cycle That Predicts Australia’s Property Market Peak

The Cycle That Predicts Australia’s Property Market Peak

This is where the Grand Cycle could make the difference between growing your wealth…or seeing it go up in a ball of flame.
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Debt: The Future Cannot Afford the Past

Too much debt. Too many promises. The legacy of the past four decades is the creation of three massive bubbles: debt, social promises, and asset values.
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A Bedtime Story

We are explaining our money system to our grandson, James, now 14 months old. He seems to understand that money is not wealth.
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A Family Revelation

Markets have been calm over the Thanksgiving holiday. Americans — distracted by friends and family — had better things to do than panic.
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‘I Never Set Out to Be an Entrepreneur… I Set Out to Get Rich’

Mark Ford was never interested in entrepreneurship — at least not initially. He was interested in getting rich and building wealth.
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