Housing is normally more stable than the stock market because tides in the housing market are slow and relatively weak. As Nobel Prize winner Robert Shiller explained in his book Irrational Exuberance, contrary to popular belief, there is no continuous long term uptrend in house prices.
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Peer to peer lending is an online service that matches borrowers and lenders directly, without the need to go through a bank.
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Times are changing, and you better be ready for it. I’ve been warning people for years now. So don’t say its news to you. Automated systems and robotics are coming for your job. You better figure out how else to make your dough.
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India has announced it aims to attract $25 billion dollars in oil and gas investment with the help of reforms to its licensing and production rules.
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Oil jumped more than 5% while gold was up US$30 an ounce, or around 2.5%. Clearly, there is still a lot of bearish positioning in the commodity space.
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