A year from now, investors could be talking about Deutsche Bank [FRA:DBK] in the same way that they talk about Lehman Brothers in 2008.
Looking beyond its immediate neighbours, it could well be Aussie winemakers reaping the rewards from Britain’s exit.
Of course you need to look no further than two huge success stories that have tapped the Chinese market, Blackmores Ltd [ASX:BKL] and Bellamy’s Australia [ASX:BAL].
Today, let’s focus on Greece. Why? Because the country is one — of many — factors affecting the gold price.
Automation, robotics, and 3D printing will obliterate China’s low-cost, state-subsidised manufacturing industry.
Many of the world’s smartest investors fear the worst and hate stocks, but love gold. If you ask me, that doesn’t make any sense. Here's why...
Everything about the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is designed to make it difficult for outsiders like you to have any idea what is going on. It prints money like most central banks, but this world money has the opaque name of special drawing right, or SDR.
The decision to cut rates by the MPC was part pre-emptive strike, part guess. That’s right, cutting rates now was in fact a guess as to what’s coming for the UK.
What we are witnessing in the US and Europe is the tip of the ‘social and political revolution iceberg’. When people lose jobs, money and hope, the social mood darkens.
Now the Brexit vote is over, the sterling will suffer yet another blow. With the Leave vote winning, we have seen a sudden loss of confidence in the Pound.