Posts Tagged ‘Market’

  • When to Expect Bitcoin’s Descent into Hell

    11.12.2017 • FranceComments Off on When to Expect Bitcoin’s Descent into Hell

    We are looking for a turnaround in the world's largest official virtual currency - the dollar. If this reversal of the trend is confirmed, the FTS currencies should have a bright future and the official virtual currencies a slow descent into hell.

  • How to Prepare for the Bitcoin Bubble Fallout

    08.12.2017 • AustraliaComments Off on How to Prepare for the Bitcoin Bubble Fallout

    Central banks have blown THE BIGGEST bubble in history. History shows us that ALL bubbles eventually find a pin. Due to the breadth and height of this bubble — spanning the global economy and across all asset classes — containing the fallout will be nigh

  • Three Blockchain Breakthroughs You Need to Know

    01.12.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Three Blockchain Breakthroughs You Need to Know

    This farfetched fictional idea of a "decentralized internet" is, in fact, already reality, thanks to blockchain technology. And as you’ll see today, it really could “make the world a better place”… and potentially make investors a lot of money.

  • Sound the Alarm – This Bubble Is About to Burst

    28.11.2017 • IndiaComments Off on Sound the Alarm – This Bubble Is About to Burst

    "This time is different," is an argument that is often heard whenever an asset class is selling at peak valuations. And this is the argument that is now being made when the Indian stock market is at extremely high valuations.

  • How This Electric Bike Could Change the Commuter Market

    27.11.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on How This Electric Bike Could Change the Commuter Market

    Today, we’re exploring this market, by looking at one particular player – Hinton Bikes, based in Cambridge. It’s founded by Alex Murray and Dave Henderson with a passion for electric vehicles. They are developing a lightweight folding electric bike for

  • Don’t Choose Between Bitcoin and Gold… Invest in Both!

    27.11.2017 • SwitzerlandComments Off on Don’t Choose Between Bitcoin and Gold… Invest in Both!

    It's not about playing roulette but acting strategically, taking advantage of Bitcoin's bullish volatility and taking regular profits. Of course when you sell, it's also about knowing what you're going to do with your profit. Do you have something better to

  • Bitcoin Is the Perfect “Investment” for the Fake-Money Era

    27.11.2017 • United StatesComments Off on Bitcoin Is the Perfect “Investment” for the Fake-Money Era

    From what we can tell, bitcoin is headed to the moon. Or to Hell. Almost all assets are overpriced or fraudulent – usually both. Something was bound to soar to the top of this gassy heap. Why not bitcoin? Stocks have been bid up to the sky by fake money

  • In 13 Years, Robots Will Own Half of All Existing Jobs

    16.11.2017 • United StatesComments Off on In 13 Years, Robots Will Own Half of All Existing Jobs

    The only real growth in the job market has occurred in the service sectors – where bartenders and car parkers earn low wages in low-skilled jobs. Humans are forced to take the jobs the robots don’t want.

  • “Go Big or Go Home” in These Small Niche Sectors

    15.11.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on “Go Big or Go Home” in These Small Niche Sectors

    It’s often a smarter move to focus on smaller niches, but follow the same investment principle. Instead of looking for the Amazon of e-commerce retail, you might look for a specialist sector, in which Amazon is unlikely to compete. Here, you can find new

  • Beware the Second Half of the Market Cycle

    13.11.2017 • AustraliaComments Off on Beware the Second Half of the Market Cycle

    The weather is seasonal.Moods can change.Traffic conditions vary.Everything it seems is subject to variation and transformation…everything except investment markets.Investment analysts and commentators — in the main — always predict a better year a.

  • Nikkei’s Flash Crash Spooks Markets Around the World

    10.11.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Nikkei’s Flash Crash Spooks Markets Around the World

    But what happened? The Japanese Nikkei index was up more than 2% to another record high by mid-morning yesterday. All was as it should be. Next thing, it was down 1.7%, a terrible lurch of more than 3.5% in a matter of minutes.

  • “Any Old Ion! Any Old Ion!”

    10.11.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on “Any Old Ion! Any Old Ion!”

    Amrit Chandran is today’s rag-and-bone man – but he’s after your lithium-ion batteries, not scrap iron. Instead of a waste-disposal problem, Amrit’s Aceleron has been turning today's inefficient batteries into viable stationary batteries.

  • Powell Could Have a Thunderbolt Up His Sleeve

    08.11.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Powell Could Have a Thunderbolt Up His Sleeve

    There’s a new god atop Mount Olympus. Jerome Powell will be Donald Trump’s nominee for next chair of the Federal Reserve. Given the Fed’s importance, he’ll be the new Zeus of central banking gods.

  • Introducing ‘Insurtech’ and How to Profit from It.

    06.11.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Introducing ‘Insurtech’ and How to Profit from It.

    The sharing economy is transforming the way we use our assets – and the way we live day-to-day. As this transformation happens, there will need to be changes in lots of associated industries. One of those affected is insurance – for which London is

  • Here’s Why This Goldilocks Economy Is a Fairy-Tale

    06.11.2017 • AustraliaComments Off on Here’s Why This Goldilocks Economy Is a Fairy-Tale

    The more things change, the more they stay the same. Goldilocks is going to be mauled by another bear…and it’ll be far more ferocious than the one that awoke from hibernation in 2000.

  • Unveiling the Fifth Asset

    03.11.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Unveiling the Fifth Asset

    I was taught that there were four types of assets: stocks, bonds, property and cash. Around these four however, some argue there are more, which should be given more attention by investors and speculators. Today, we look at the one asset that really

  • Back to the Future with a Futuristic Car Implosion

    02.11.2017 • United StatesComments Off on Back to the Future with a Futuristic Car Implosion

    Tesla has almost as high a market cap as GM, which had more than $9 billion in earnings last year… and which sold 10 million vehicles versus Tesla’s 76,000. We reach back into our memory. There, the image of John DeLorean sits sadly next to an automobile

  • Why Politics Are the Biggest Threat to Economic Stability

    01.11.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Why Politics Are the Biggest Threat to Economic Stability

    If central bankers manage to engineer the inflation they want, but financial markets are still addicted to quantitative easing (QE) and low interest rates, what will central bankers do?

  • Emerging Markets Are Defying the Laws of Investing

    31.10.2017 • IndiaComments Off on Emerging Markets Are Defying the Laws of Investing

    Conventional wisdom says an interest rates rise is bad for stocks - especially "risky" ones like emerging market stocks. But the truth might surprise you...

  • You Should Be Cynical of Investing In Cryptos

    24.10.2017 • United StatesComments Off on You Should Be Cynical of Investing In Cryptos

    Bill Bonner – Bill Bonner’s Diary (United States) – LISBON, PORTUGAL – It is still warm here in Lisbon. Like summer. We’re staying at a hotel on the Avenida da Liberdade, with large plane trees shading the wide sidewalks and grand old

  • The Pink Energizer Bunny is Going, Going …Gone

    19.10.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on The Pink Energizer Bunny is Going, Going …Gone

    Andrew Lockley – Exponential Investor (United Kingdom) – Recent government announcements have shown it’s beyond doubt we’re in the middle of a dramatic energy storage revolution. The Tories have announced that the electricity market is going

  • How This Bull Market Ends

    17.10.2017 • United StatesComments Off on How This Bull Market Ends

    Bill Bonner – Bill Bonner’s Diary (United States) – PARIS – Whoa! Bitcoin is up $1,457 since the start of the month; at writing, one bitcoin sells for $5,670. Look at the Dow. It is on its way to 23,000. And don’t even mention the tech

  • Even Trump’s Tax Plan Couldn’t Get Us out of Our Hole of Debt

    06.10.2017 • United StatesComments Off on Even Trump’s Tax Plan Couldn’t Get Us out of Our Hole of Debt

    Why can’t Congress pass a serious tax reform measure? Because the feds need money. They can only get money from the people who have it – the rich. But the rich control the government and its tax-writing committees. So, the feds are stuck. And so is the

  • Bitcoin Is Back

    02.10.2017 • United StatesComments Off on Bitcoin Is Back

    Yesterday morning, Japan – the main beneficiary of China’s clampdown – approved 11 cryptocurrency exchanges. Money talks, and it’s hard to argue with people who are getting rich.