• Are cryptocurrencies having their “shoeshine boy” moment?

    25.07.2017 • United Kingdom

    Joe Kennedy, a famous American investor, is often quoted as receiving a warning of the Wall Street Crash from his shoeshine boy. When he was given stock tips while having his shoes cleaned, he realised the market was in a catastrophic bubble – and he sold.Something happened to me a few days ago which made me think that we might be entering a similar situation with cryptocurrencies.

  • Trump Is No Outsider

    25.07.2017 • United States

    LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND – One of the most remarkable conversations on finance we’ve ever had happened here in Lausanne yesterday.“You mean it costs as much to put money on deposit at a bank as it does to borrow it?”We asked the question to a colleague who recently bought a house here.He borrowed the money to buy the house at an interest rate of less than 1%.

  • Cash chaos and how to profit

    25.07.2017 • United Kingdom

    It’s a banknote. Couldn’t be much simpler or more taken for granted. You’ve probably never really spared the time to think about what it really is. You just use them without a second thought. And always have.But all around the world, cash is causing all sorts of surprising confusion. People are rediscovering that money is not as simple as it seems.

  • Goldman Sachs Analyst: Valuations Are Reaching Highs

    25.07.2017 • Switzerland

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  • Time to Pull the Plug on Greece

    25.07.2017 • France

    The ECB is keeping Greece on life support. But Greece is still indebted in public capacity to the tune of 179% of its GDP and in private capacity to the tune of 137%! And it's not getting any better. Is this the new normal?

Trump Is No Outsider

25.07.2017

LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND – One of the most remarkable conversations on finance we’ve ever had happened here in Lausanne yesterday.“You mean it costs as much

The Japanese Blame Amazon for the Failure of Abenomics

24.07.2017

Personally, I’d have thought a national debt load in excess of 600% of GDP and an ageing population who are opposed to debt-funded consumption would have

Are cryptocurrencies having their “shoeshine boy” moment?

25.07.2017

Joe Kennedy, a famous American investor, is often quoted as receiving a warning of the Wall Street Crash from his shoeshine boy. When he was given stock tips

Argentines Are Being Robbed (and They Don’t Even Know It)

19.04.2017

The first week of April saw many protests, demonstrations, and strikes. Of all the complaints we heard, we were surprised that no one mentioned the heaviest

French Election Masks German Crisis

05.05.2017

The recession in Germany is about to begin. It will lead to the collapse of several investment banks and numerous private equity firms, and equity markets will

Bad Debt Rears Its Ugly Head

23.05.2017

Banks give out most loans against a collateral. Hence, to that extent the loans are secured and in case of a default from a borrower, the collateral can be

This is the Last Issue of Market in 5 Minutes

05.07.2017

The end of our newsletter marks the beginning of a new phase of our company: bigger and completely restructured. And we want you to be a part of it.

Market Volatility Pushes Up Gold Prices

12.04.2017

 By Sean Corrigan – Wealthy Nations (Hong Kong) – Inevitably, the confrontational foreign policy which the new Trump regime has suddenly

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