Posts Tagged ‘Value’

  • $3.6 Trillion of Tech Wealth Has Gone Missing

    27.03.2018 • United StatesComments Off on $3.6 Trillion of Tech Wealth Has Gone Missing

    While the Fed provided the bread, Facebook, Twitter, Netflix, and scores of others provided the circuses.For the last 20 years, these companies have packed the coliseum with games… idle gossip… and other time wasters… Authority of Total

  • How the Fed Failed to Wrangle Our Out-of-Whack System

    12.03.2018 • United StatesComments Off on How the Fed Failed to Wrangle Our Out-of-Whack System

    Now, the Fed – reversing 30 years of policy – strikes a match. After its artificially low rates, and its quantitative easing… it intends to engineer a “soft landing” using its quantitative tightening policy. Instead, it is likely to blow the whole

  • Corruption and Change Hit the British Pound

    02.03.2018 • United KingdomComments Off on Corruption and Change Hit the British Pound

    The corruption of currency is seen as the action of an empire that is in decline. The declining value of fiat currency due to inflation is seen as the modern equivalent of this. Our currencies are being debased, but not in terms of a lower gold content, but

  • Top Tips and Tricks for Investing in Utility Cryptos

    02.02.2018 • United KingdomComments Off on Top Tips and Tricks for Investing in Utility Cryptos

    The world of utility cryptos is vast. It covers all kinds of cryptos serving all kinds of purposes. The key with utility cryptos is to look very closely at their proposed use case, and why that would or wouldn’t make them valuable.

  • Bitcoin’s Drop Gives Late-Comers the Perfect Opportunity

    02.02.2018 • SwitzerlandComments Off on Bitcoin’s Drop Gives Late-Comers the Perfect Opportunity

    In a nutshell: Bitcoin is the most expensive and widespread cryptocurrency. That's why for our Initiate, it's the perfect time to invest. The recent fall in prices will create remarkable opportunities for all those who thought to arrive too late.

  • Your Crypto Questions Answered

    31.01.2018 • United KingdomComments Off on Your Crypto Questions Answered

    Welcome back. It’s time for the second part of my “Beginner’s guide to investing in crypto”. Today we’ll cover more about the different types of cryptos and why you would want to invest in them.

  • “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

  • The One Weird Law Bringing Snap Inc. to Its Knees

    14.11.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on The One Weird Law Bringing Snap Inc. to Its Knees

    Why is Snap Inc. taking such a battering? It's because of this weird law of investing. You might be surprised to learn that such a wide variety of industries tend to exhibit the same pattern of behaviour. However, it’s entirely accurate to use the same law

  • Time to Invest in This “Barbaric Relic”

    08.09.2017 • FranceComments Off on Time to Invest in This “Barbaric Relic”

    Keynes and others have called gold a 'barbaric relic'. To me, gold is a live testament to people's confidence (or lack thereof) in the market, currency, and government.

  • The Draghi Guarantee: the Glue Holding Europe Together

    07.09.2017 • FranceComments Off on The Draghi Guarantee: the Glue Holding Europe Together

    I don't envy Mario Draghi. He has the monumental responsibility of guiding billions of independent free-thinkers to invest a certain way, buy the right things, pay the right taxes... all while fighting against the natural cycle of the economy.

  • Bitcoin Beef #2: Mining Is a Waste of Resources

    06.09.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Bitcoin Beef #2: Mining Is a Waste of Resources

    Mining bitcoin essentially mandates the purchase of a complex, expensive electricity-wasting machine. It doesn’t produce anything of direct social benefit.

  • An Insider’s Crash Course on Crypto Investment

    18.08.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on An Insider’s Crash Course on Crypto Investment

    Requests for this expert's view on cryptocurrencies, which he prefers to class as "digital assets", grew so great that he decided to write a full report on them.

  • Beware of Bitcoin’s Digital Siren Song

    11.08.2017 • United StatesComments Off on Beware of Bitcoin’s Digital Siren Song

    Cryptos are not an investment or a reliable form of money. They are still just an experiment. A work in progress. Early adopters could get rich… or get wiped out.

  • CORION Is the New Cryptocurrency for the Average Joe

    03.08.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on CORION Is the New Cryptocurrency for the Average Joe

    Bitcoin is currently trading at far more than double its January price – and other cryptocurrencies have done far better...but will this new firm's crypto reap the same profits?

  • Investors Flee as Bitcoin’s Flaws Are Exposed

    26.07.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Investors Flee as Bitcoin’s Flaws Are Exposed

    While cryptocurrencies have always been a volatile asset class, bitcoin’s recent 30%-plus falls are impressive – even by its own standards. There’s been a subsequent strong recovery – but it’s been a rough ride.

  • Uncle Sam Is Your Crypto-Folio’s Worst Nightmare

    19.07.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Uncle Sam Is Your Crypto-Folio’s Worst Nightmare

    The world is waiting for governments to crack down on cryptos, given how easily they could monitor and tax them...but what would happen to the value of cryptos if the Fed made its move?

  • Five Practical Insights From Our Real Estate Guru

    30.06.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Five Practical Insights From Our Real Estate Guru

    What if there was a missing piece of the real estate puzzle that - like magic - suddenly helped you see what other people can’t… and make a fortune in the process?

  • Like Its Pictures, Snapchat Can’t Save Its Profits

    16.06.2017 • SwitzerlandComments Off on Like Its Pictures, Snapchat Can’t Save Its Profits

    Despite its $19.06 billion stock valuation, Snap posted a loss of $515 million in 2016, with revenues of $404 million. How can a company that loses so much money be worth $ 19 billion?

  • This Unique Investment Beat the S&P by 5%

    18.04.2017 • United StatesComments Off on This Unique Investment Beat the S&P by 5%

    Timberland is usually a good buy-and-forget-about-it investment. You buy. You pay the taxes. You get a timberman to look after it. And then, many years later, you… or your children… harvest the trees.

  • Have You Considered the Ground Beneath Your Feet?

    11.04.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Have You Considered the Ground Beneath Your Feet?

    By Dan Denning – Southbank Investment Daily (Great Britain) – A quick scan of the headlines reveals nothing earth-shattering. I can get back to the point I was trying to make yesterday about what most economists miss when looking at wealth

  • The Two Numbers You Need for Long-Term Wealth

    05.04.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on The Two Numbers You Need for Long-Term Wealth

    By Nick O’Connor – Southbank Investment Daily (Great Britain) – Warning: the contents of today’s letter will not give you any advantage in predicting or trading the markets today, tomorrow, next week or even next year. If you’re

  • The Real Reason Gold is Tumbling (Hint: It isn’t Brexit)

    06.10.2016 • Gold and Natural Resources

    It’s true the dollar rallied – it had to as the pound fell. But do you recall that gold’s recent shift to a premium occurred because of Brexit? How can Brexit be both bullish and bearish for gold? It makes no sense at all.

  • Deutsche Bank Shares Slip to 33-Year Low

    06.10.2016 • Central Banks

    The flapping of Deutsche Bank’s butterfly wings has the potential to trigger runs on other banks – shares in the notoriously flimsy Barclays were one of the worst affected financial stocks in the UK last week.

  • Deutsche Bank Ist Kaputt – Buy This Protection Today

    03.10.2016 • Central Banks

    The universal onset of crisis fatigue may account for the mood of general complacency that has so far accompanied Deutsche Bank’s slide towards insolvency if not yet outright irrelevance.