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That’s Why the Russians are in London

That’s Why the Russians are in London

Investors now worry that if Russia’s oil revenues fall, the Russian government will find it hard to balance its budget and pay debts.

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Why You Shouldn’t Trust Financial News

Why You Shouldn’t Trust Financial News

The lines between financial advice, information, news and opinion are becoming increasingly blurry. That’s why you should demand real credentials.

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Why Chinese ‘Redbacks’ Will Keep Coming to Australia and the West

Why Chinese ‘Redbacks’ Will Keep Coming to Australia and the West

Chinese money is treating real estate in Australia, the United States, Canada and the UK like a safety deposit box. Maybe a passport will go along with it.

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How to Avoid Stock Market Sinkholes and Investment Traps

How to Avoid Stock Market Sinkholes and Investment Traps

Here’s the clearest red flag that a sinkhole might open up under a stock: the company’s business relies heavily on contracts with a few key customers.

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18 December 2014 by Kris Sayce

Investors now worry that if <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/economy/eurozone-economy" title="More on the Eurozone economy"><strong>Russia’s</strong></a> oil revenues fall, the Russian government will find it hard to balance its budget and pay debts.
Investors now worry that if Russia’s oil revenues fall, the Russian government will find it hard to balance its budget and pay debts.

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18 December 2014 by Tim Dohrmann

The lines between <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/investments" title="More on investing"><strong>financial advice</strong></a>, information, news and opinion are becoming increasingly blurry. That’s why you should demand real credentials.
The lines between financial advice, information, news and opinion are becoming increasingly blurry. That’s why you should demand real credentials.

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17 December 2014 by Callum Newman

<a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/economy/china-economy" title="More on China's economy"><strong>Chinese money</strong></a> is treating <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/property-market/australian-housing" title="More on Australian housing"><strong>real estate in Australia</strong></a>, the United States, Canada and the UK like a safety deposit box. Maybe a passport will go along with it.
Chinese money is treating real estate in Australia, the United States, Canada and the UK like a safety deposit box. Maybe a passport will go along with it.

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17 December 2014 by Tim Dohrmann

Here’s the clearest red flag that a <strong>sinkhole</strong> might open up under a <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/stock-market/stocks-and-bonds" title="More on stocks and bonds"><strong>stock</strong></a>: the company’s business relies heavily on contracts with a few key customers.
Here’s the clearest red flag that a sinkhole might open up under a stock: the company’s business relies heavily on contracts with a few key customers.

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16 December 2014 by Sam Volkering

ANNOVER - MARCH 9: view of Hall 13 on March 9, 2013 at CEBIT computer expo, Hannover, Germany. CeBIT is the world's largest computer expo.
LeWeb 2014 in Paris was brilliant. And this year the standards remain extremely high. It’s helped inspire and provide me with some big ideas for the coming year...

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16 December 2014 by Tim Dohrmann

What’s wrong with the <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/stock-market/australian-share-market-stocks" title="More on the Australian stock market"><strong>Australian stock market</strong></a>? Well…how much time do you have? It’s small — making up less than 2% of the value of global stocks.
What’s wrong with the Australian stock market? Well…how much time do you have? It’s small — making up less than 2% of the value of global stocks.

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15 December 2014 by Tim Dohrmann

<a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/investments/investment-strategy" title="More on investment strategy"><strong>Wise investors</strong></a> know that they can’t scoop big gains with their eye on the rear-view mirror.
Wise investors know that they can’t scoop big gains with their eye on the rear-view mirror.

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15 December 2014 by Sam Volkering

As Venture Capitalist Fred Wilson said at LeWeb: 'when you do early stage investing what you’re trying to do is see the future and then invest in that.’
As Venture Capitalist Fred Wilson said at LeWeb: 'when you do early stage investing what you’re trying to do is see the future and then invest in that.’

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13 December 2014 by Shae Smith

Woolworths WoW
The Australian supermarket duopoly may be over in a few years. Coles and Woollies are so busy trying to steal each other’s customers they won't see this competitor coming...

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12 December 2014 by Jason Stevenson

You can expect a number of <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/commodities/resources-and-mining" title="More on resources and mining"><strong>resource companies</strong></a> to go under in 2015. Even the survivors will be in a lot of pain.
You can expect a number of resource companies to go under in 2015. Even the survivors will be in a lot of pain.

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12 December 2014 by Kris Sayce

The <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/commodities/oil-and-gas/oil-prices" title="More on oil prices"><strong>oil price</strong></a> has crashed. That will mean bad news for many in the <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/commodities/energy-stocks" title="More on energy stocks"><strong>oil industry</strong></a>. But, it will create many opportunities both within and outside the market.
The oil price has crashed. That will mean bad news for many in the oil industry. But, it will create many opportunities both within and outside the market.

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11 December 2014 by Kris Sayce

What you’re seeing now in the <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/commodities" title="More on Commodities Markets"><strong>commodities markets</strong></a> is the natural follow on from a booming market. You’ve probably heard of the term. It’s a ‘bust’.
What you’re seeing now in the commodities markets is the natural follow on from a booming market. You’ve probably heard of the term. It’s a ‘bust’.

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