On: March 19, 2015 In: Feature Comments: 0

By Gabriela Motroc In early January, the price of Brent crude oil dipped below $US50 per barrel for the first time since May 2009. As reported by the BBC, many observers predict that the price of oil will fall even further as North American shale producers keep supplying high...

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On: December 10, 2014 In: Feature Comments: 0

By Richard Lie Not so long ago, post-war Japan was talked about in the same reverent tones as China is today. Its economy was the envy of the world; its work ethic and productivity levels were off the scale, and its manufacturing prowess turned it into a behemoth- the...

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On: December 10, 2014 In: Feature Comments: 0

By Richard Lie A word of warning: Trading Dotcoms is not for the faint hearted and anyone who experienced the Tech Crash of 2001 will agree. It was brutal, with a great number of stocks falling to a selling price of zero. Never before have fortunes been made and...

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On: December 09, 2014 In: Columns, Feature Comments: 0

By Clem Chambers For many years in the last decade the “Sell in May and go away” strategy kicked off with a bang as a correction slammed the equity markets with vengeance. Last year it didn’t happen and this year, while summer weakness is in evidence, there is yet...

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