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Make More Money: Use the Power of Small-cap Stocks

By The Daily Reckoning | August 30, 2014

You’re about to see, you can do a lot better. You can win at the stock market when you use the power of small-cap stocks to your own profitable advantage.

Financial Markets »

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The Two Biggest Mistakes That Small-Cap Investors Make…and How You Can Avoid Them

By The Daily Reckoning | August 29, 2014

Investing in small-caps is the best way that you make money in the stock market. But you should know that small-cap stocks bring danger as well as opportunity.

Australian Economy »

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Australia's Blind and Overwhelming Reliance on China and Iron Ore

By Greg Canavan | August 27, 2014

The government in China can do a lot of things, but it can’t bring animal spirits back. This has grave ramifications for the Australian economy, and we are not even remotely prepared. Which brings us back to iron ore.

Investing »

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Controlled Monetary Chaos

By Greg Canavan | August 25, 2014

This is ‘controlled monetary chaos’. Central banks are playing a massive confidence game with the markets, and Australia is not immune from the fallout.

Gold & Precious Metals »

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How The Future of Warfare is Financial War

By The Daily Reckoning | August 22, 2014

The first financial war game… The weapons were nothing that would shoot or explode; you could only use stocks, bonds, currencies, and commodities.

Currencies »

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When the Money Runs Out… So Does the US Empire

By Bill Bonner | August 8, 2014

Year after year, the US ran a trade deficit. Year after year, US paper dollars and Treasury debt stacked up in foreign banks.

Commodities »

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Why You Shouldn’t Get Too Excited for China Yet

By Greg Canavan | July 30, 2014

Economic data out of China has improved on the back of targeted stimulus. The result? Time to get bullish on iron ore again, but I wouldn’t get too excited.

Global Economy »

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The United States of France Has Economic Problems

By Bill Bonner | August 29, 2014

The longer we spend in France, the more similarities we see between its economic problems and those in the US economy. Same bureaucracies. Same deficits

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Dan Denning Dan Denning is the Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Reckoning Australia and the author of 2005’s best-selling The Bull Hunter (John Wiley & Sons). He began his financial publishing career in 1997 as a small-cap analyst. From 2000 to 2005 he was the managing editor of Strategic Investment, where he recommended gold and warned of the US housing bubble. Dan has covered financial markets from Baltimore, Paris, London and, beginning in 2005, Melbourne Australia, where he is the Publisher of Port Phillip Publishing. To follow Dan's financial world view more closely you can subscribe to The Daily Reckoning for free here. If you’re already a Daily Reckoning subscriber, then we recommend you also join him on Google+. It's where he shares investment research, commentary and ideas that he can't always fit into his regular Daily Reckoning emails.
Greg Canavan Greg Canavan is a feature editor of The Daily Reckoning and is the foremost authority for retail investors on value investing in Australia. He is a former head of Australasian Research for an Australian asset-management group and has been a regular guest on CNBC, Sky Business’s The Perrett Report and Lateline Business. Greg is also the editor of Sound Money. Sound Investments, an investment publication designed to help investors profit from companies and stocks that are undervalued on the market. To follow Greg's financial world view more closely you can subscribe to The Daily Reckoning for free here. If you’re already a Daily Reckoning subscriber, then we recommend you also join him on Google+. It's where he shares investment research, commentary and ideas that he can't always fit into his regular Daily Reckoning emails.
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Vern Gowdie Vern Gowdie has been involved in financial planning in Australia since 1986. In 1999, Personal Investor magazine ranked Vern as one of Australia’s Top 50 financial planners. His previous firm, Gowdie Financial Planning, was recognized in 2004, 2005, 2006 & 2007, by Independent Financial Adviser magazine as one of the top 5 financial planning firms in Australia. He is a feature contributing editor to The Daily Reckoning and is Founder and Chairman of the Gowdie Family Wealth advisory service. To follow Vern's financial world view more closely you can you can subscribe to The Daily Reckoning for free here. If you’re already a Daily Reckoning subscriber, then we recommend you also join him on Google+. It's where he shares investment research, commentary and ideas that he can't always fit into his regular Daily Reckoning emails.
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