By: Michael Cornips On: November 25, 2019 In: Expert Advice Comments: 0

If you think that the Federal Government’s mantra of a balanced Federal Budget is not contractionary for the economy, then you probably would be wrong. The Government publishes monthly budget figures (www.finance.gov.au), so you can establish the annual growth rates of the various components of taxation. To balance the...

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By: Conor Murphy On: November 25, 2019 In: Shares and Trading Comments: 0

Why Silicon Valley Is Championing An Alternative To ‘Moronic’ Traditional IPO’s The recent failures of IPO hopefuls WeWorkand Latitude Financial have brought the magnifying glass upon the longstanding IPO process itself. The traditional IPO hasn’t changed for quite some time, and with the way things are going, a breaking...

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By: Hemal Pandya On: October 28, 2019 In: Market Commentary, Most Popular Comments: 0

Hello and welcome to the latest issue of YTE! I hope you’re well. In this article we will be looking at the current state of the GBP/USD currency pair with a view to identify upcoming trading opportunities as we move towards the revised 23rd May Brexit deadline. Firstly looking...

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By: Sinan Koray On: October 28, 2019 In: Expert Advice, Most Popular, Trading Mindset Comments: 0

Anger in Trading is one letter short of Danger in Trading. You walk into his office. He is screaming and shouting on the phone. He slams the phone down. Veins are throbbing in his temples and his throat. He bangs his fist on the desk. He angrily closes his...

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By: Lorna Zelunzuk On: October 28, 2019 In: Expert Advice, Most Popular, Technical Analysis Comments: 0

As I approached retirement I was actively seeking an additional income stream that would give me the freedom to continue travelling the world while maintaining our current standard of living. I tried various forms of income generating systems that all seemed to promise the world and yet deliver nothing. ...

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By: Eva Diaz On: October 28, 2019 In: Expert Advice, Most Popular, Trading Mindset Comments: 0

Daily routines play a critical role in the success of top athletes, musical and artistic performers and other world recognised achievers in various fields. For example, it’s been reported that Microsoft founder Bill Gates used to work out on the treadmill after waking up as part of his daily...

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By: Van K. Tharp, Ph.D. On: October 28, 2019 In: Most Popular, Trading Mindset Comments: 0

Think about what Sir John Templeton did in 1999 at the heart of the dot.com stock bubble. He took his entire personal fortune and shorted various dot.com stocks. At the time, that behaviour might have sounded insane. After all, those stocks could move 10% each day in that period...

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By: Ted Richards On: September 29, 2019 In: Expert Advice, Most Popular, Shares and Trading Comments: 0

An investor was telling me recently about an investment he made back in the early 1990s as a way to demonstrate his skill. Seriously … he used one example more than 20 years old to qualify his ability as an investor. Reviewing the quality of an investment decision solely...

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By: Sam Green On: September 29, 2019 In: Expert Advice, Most Popular, Shares and Trading Comments: 0

Iron Ore prices have risen almost 50 percent across most markets since the lows of November 2018, with spot prices for the ferrous metal now trading around $90 US a tonne. Much of the recent gain in prices can be put down to the collapse of a dam at...

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By: Gary Burton CFTe On: September 29, 2019 In: Expert Advice, Market Commentary, Most Popular Comments: 0

Several conflicting themes are emerging in 2019, the first is the persistent warnings of a global growth slowdown. At the same time, the world is focused on oil for potential short-term supply shortages and copper, again for supply deficits  both in strong demand as the shift takes place to...

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