Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen may have just opened the door to negative interest rates in the US. Otherwise known as NIRP (or ZIRP), negative rates are one of the most dangerous monetary policy instruments ever created.
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While we might have very clear reasons for buying a stock (good fundamentals, growing return on equity, cash flow positive, sustainable yield), working out when to exit the market is much more difficult.
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We can safely assume that there is no misstep in the global banking system today. It’s all planned out in tandem with commercial banks that use central banks as a way to benefit themselves.
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With an election on the line, the Australian government is likely to place emphasis on any tax reform that affects the smallest percentage of the population possible. And, as day follows night, you can expect the onus will be back on Australia’s rich to bail the government out again.
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After an all-expenses paid first class holiday lasting seven-years, the financial markets are suddenly realising there’s a real world out there. And it is far removed from the fairyland they’ve been wandering around in for the best part of a decade.
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