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More Evidence to Back Our Low Interest Rate Forecast

More Evidence to Back Our Low Interest Rate Forecast

28 July 2014 by Kris Sayce

Don’t fall for the junk that competition is pushing down home loan costs. Here’s the real reason that banks are cutting interest rates.

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The Key to This Stock Market: Invest Like You’re Rich

The Key to This Stock Market: Invest Like You’re Rich

24 July 2014 by Kris Sayce

If setting up and running a business isn’t your game, invest in someone else’s business. That’s what the stock market is for.

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Why The Australian Stock Market Isn’t In A Bubble

Why The Australian Stock Market Isn’t In A Bubble

23 July 2014 by Kris Sayce

When the bubble maniacs try to tell you that Australian stocks are already expensive and the next stage is an almighty crash, stop for a minute…

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Ignore the Noise, This Stock Market Has Further to Run…

Ignore the Noise, This Stock Market Has Further to Run…

21 July 2014 by Kris Sayce

Even the US Federal Reserve is blowing hot air about stock values. And yet, what has happened? That’s right, stocks have continued to rise.

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Why the Federal Reserve Wants to Rein in the Stock Market

Why the Federal Reserve Wants to Rein in the Stock Market

16 July 2014 by Kris Sayce

The game is simple. The Federal Reserve and other central banks want to continue fiddling the market. They want stocks to keep going up.

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What if You Had a ‘Carbon Copy’ of the Future?

What if You Had a ‘Carbon Copy’ of the Future?

14 July 2014 by Kris Sayce

Rather than trying to predict a future technological trend that has never happened before, we like looking for the trends that have happened before.

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Why Portugal’s Bad Bank Won’t be a Mortal Blow for Stocks

Why Portugal’s Bad Bank Won’t be a Mortal Blow for Stocks

11 July 2014 by Kris Sayce

There is only one event that will cause a wholesale crash in stock markets — it will be to do with money stocks, specifically bank stocks.

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Here’s Where Newcrest Mining is Going Next

Here’s Where Newcrest Mining is Going Next

11 July 2014 by Jason Stevenson

Newcrest Mining is Australia’s largest gold producer. It’s a top five global gold company by output. It trades on the Australian Stock Market for $11.24.

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The Federal Reserve Has Worked it Out, Good News for Stocks

The Federal Reserve Has Worked it Out, Good News for Stocks

10 July 2014 by Kris Sayce

After the Federal reserve has spent the past six years doing everything necessary to talk stocks up and prevent a crash, will they decide they’ve gotten things wrong?

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Even Goldman Sachs Sees Opportunity in Emerging Markets

Even Goldman Sachs Sees Opportunity in Emerging Markets

04 July 2014 by Kris Sayce

In this case Goldman Sachs clearly sees what we see when it comes to China and emerging markets. The only difference is we’re after much bigger gains.

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The Two Reasons Why Australian Stocks Went up Yesterday

The Two Reasons Why Australian Stocks Went up Yesterday

03 July 2014 by Kris Sayce

Theories abound for why Australian stocks went up yesterday. One was that it was because of the stronger Australian dollar. The reality is more obvious than that

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Here’s Why Investors Shouldn’t Worry About Stocks…

Here’s Why Investors Shouldn’t Worry About Stocks…

02 July 2014 by Kris Sayce

You’ve got exciting stories and opportunities in emerging and frontier markets, the tech sector, biotech sector, and even energy stocks.

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What if Blue-Chips Were Riskier Than Small-Caps?

What if Blue-Chips Were Riskier Than Small-Caps?

27 June 2014 by Kris Sayce

We knew it. We’ve said it all along. It’s counterintuitive, but there are times when it’s safer to own small-cap stocks than it is to own blue-chip stocks.

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Can the Dow Jones Hit 21,000 Points This Year?

Can the Dow Jones Hit 21,000 Points This Year?

27 June 2014 by Jason Stevenson

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is a favourite barometer for the US stock market’s performance. It’s probably the most widely recognised stock index.

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The Emerging Tech Companies Sitting on Australia’s Doorstep

The Emerging Tech Companies Sitting on Australia’s Doorstep

25 June 2014 by Kris Sayce

With a new frontier opening up for technology stocks in China and Hong Kong, why wouldn’t you take advantage of Silicon Valley 2.0 and invest directly?

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Stocks are at a New High, it’s Time to Buy

Stocks are at a New High, it’s Time to Buy

23 June 2014 by Kris Sayce

Looking for trends is pretty much the backbone of our stock analysis. Our gamble was that tech stocks were about to begin a huge price surge.

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There’s Always an Emerging Market Somewhere…

There’s Always an Emerging Market Somewhere…

20 June 2014 by Kris Sayce

As long as interest rates, stimulus, and political unrest continue to make front page news, then emerging markets will continue to present great opportunities.

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The Real Reason Central Banks are Buying Stocks

The Real Reason Central Banks are Buying Stocks

19 June 2014 by Kris Sayce

Central banks have increased stock holdings by US$1 trillion in recent years. That’s the rough equivalent of buying nearly every stock listed on the ASX.

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How to Beat the Central Banks: Sell Cash, Buy Stocks

How to Beat the Central Banks: Sell Cash, Buy Stocks

17 June 2014 by Kris Sayce

The central bankers are more worried about growth at the moment. That means low interest rates, more money printing, higher inflation… and higher stock prices.

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Look, Another ‘Crisis’ That Won’t Hurt Energy Stocks

Look, Another ‘Crisis’ That Won’t Hurt Energy Stocks

16 June 2014 by Kris Sayce

Despite the fear about peak oil and a global energy crisis, the free market and entrepreneurs have always found a solution to every energy market problem.

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What if Interest Rates Stay Low for the Next 70 Years?

What if Interest Rates Stay Low for the Next 70 Years?

16 June 2014 by Phil Anderson

The scenario of a century of low inflation (and low interest rates), driven by the relentless technology developments now under way, is now plausible than ever.

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Apple Splits Stock — But is it Really Good News for Tech Investors?

Apple Splits Stock — But is it Really Good News for Tech Investors?

14 June 2014 by Shae Smith

Apple hasn’t released any game-changing technology in four years. The last was the iPad. Apple introduced that four years ago in 2010.

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Will the ASX 200 Hit 7,000 points Next Year?

Will the ASX 200 Hit 7,000 points Next Year?

13 June 2014 by Jason Stevenson

The Australian stock market is extremely bullish technically at the moment. There have been three share market rallies over the past 18 months.

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