It’s the final countdown. After years of wrangling, Brexit is finally within reach. Here’s what the investment upside looks like.
The ayes have it. Boris Johnson has won a resounding mandate to push Brexit through. What does the road ahead look like for the UK?
We’re seeing what can only be described as manipulation of democracy. And this creates huge uncertainty — but also opportunity — for investors.
Is BoJo right? Free movement of goods and people between New Zealand, Australia and the UK could provide much-needed trade and export growth.
Are you finding hard to keep track of your stock performance and dividend payments? This might just be the solution for you to track your investments.
That country, too Argentina, is in an Inflate-or-Die trap. The pro-business president, Mauricio Macri, tried to resist inflating. He died.
Boris Johnson may have to go back to the EU and ask for yet another extension. The UK’s negotiating position has now been crushed.
In 2016, Britain voted to leave the EU. If you read the mainstream financial press, you may think this means the end of the UK. In fact, it presents some opportunities.
When it comes to investing, you must face the fear of losing money. Not all your investments will work out or make as much as you think. Especially in the early days, when you lack…
Amongst my finance colleagues, I was one of the few that thought Brexit was a good idea. The EU has been a dead zone for growth. Last year, the US grew more than twice as…
It goes without saying, investors should be buying quality. Surely, we should be trying to buy good businesses all the time? But there’s a problem.
We left the warm and friendly west coast of Central America on Friday. Now, we are on the south coast of Ireland. Still friendly, but less warm.
Government, always and everywhere, is a way for the few to exploit the many. Modern democracy depends as much on fraud as force. Elite conquerors pretend to respond to the ‘will of the people.’
While most analysts seemed to fail to predict the Brexit vote back in 2016, they’re either a lot smarter now or they smelt Theresa May’s defeat a mile away.