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Articles By: Kris Sayce

Kris Sayce began his financial career in the City of London as a broker specializing in small cap stocks listed on London's Alternative Investment Market (AIM). At one of Australia's leading wealth management firms, Kris was a fully accredited adviser in Shares, Options and Warrants, and Foreign Exchange. Kris was instrumental in helping to establish the Australian version of the Daily Reckoning e-newsletter in 2005. In late 2006, he joined the Melbourne team of the leading CFD provider in Australia.
The Investment Risks are Building

The Investment Risks are Building

For all the talk of investors being risk averse, investors still love taking risks. It’s not surprising…they have to.

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Coincidental News and Market Rallies

Coincidental News and Market Rallies

The stock market was down more than 400 points for the day. After the wonderfully coincidental release of comments by Dr Janet Yellen, the Dow Jones began to climb…

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Which ‘Black Energy’ is the Best Bet for 2015?

Which ‘Black Energy’ is the Best Bet for 2015?

US energy companies began developing the technology and exploiting shale resources more than 50 years ago. So it isn’t new.

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The ‘Wise Investment Advice’ That’s Not Always Worth Taking

The ‘Wise Investment Advice’ That’s Not Always Worth Taking

You need to split your investments into different categories. You need an element of safety with some stocks, and an element of risk with other stocks.

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Why 2014 Could Be a Great Year for Well-informed Tech Investors

Despite the great year for tech stocks in 2013, as the immersive technology trend takes hold in 2014 this year looks set to be even better for well-informed tech investors.

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Aluminium: How Can This ‘Weak Metal’ be Stronger Than Steel?

One of the biggest innovations in the car industry has gone largely unreported in the mainstream press. The process of bonding lightweight aluminium to steel…

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3D Printing Technology Could Bring Down Bunnings in 2014

3D Printing Technology Could Bring Down Bunnings in 2014

The truth is that no one fully understands the potential for 3D printing. No one knows the theoretical or actual limitations for this game-changing technology

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The Best Way to Invest in a Volatile Market

The Best Way to Invest in a Volatile Market

If you haven’t figured out the investing world has changed…if you haven’t figured out that you need to adjust to the current environment…well, we’ve got some bad news for you. Get used to it. The reality is that investors can’t afford to invest in the conventional way in this volatile market. And neither can they afford to avoid the market completely.

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Think and Invest Like a Venture Capitalist

Think and Invest Like a Venture Capitalist

To boost your returns you need to invest like a venture capitalist. That means taking risks and investing in some of the most exciting stocks on the market.

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The Launch of Revolutionary Tech Investor

The Launch of Revolutionary Tech Investor

It will be a banker-free zone. What’s more important to your future? Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke, or breakthrough revolutionary technologies?

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Life Gets Better With Tech

Life Gets Better With Tech

One of the real joys of looking at new technology is not just figuring out what one company is doing, but also, figuring out the impact that could have on other companies and industries.

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The Great Opportunities in Small-Cap Stocks

The Great Opportunities in Small-Cap Stocks

Having lagged blue-chips, small-cap stocks started to regain some of the lost ground during the first month of the year. Our bet is that this will continue.

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Walter Russell Hall: From Rebellion to Bullion

Walter Russell Hall: From Rebellion to Bullion

William Knox D’Arcy wasn’t the only investor in the Mt Morgan gold mine. Another investor was Walter Russell Hall. And after Hall died, of his nearly £3 million estate, his wife set aside one-third of it to commemorate his life and fund good causes.

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Why the Government Won't Let You Smoke, Drink and Play Frisbee

Why the Government Won't Let You Smoke, Drink and Play Frisbee

Given the extent of government meddling in the economy it can only be because the government has planned it that way.

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How You Can Use Government Intervention to Profit on the Stock Market

Red tape and government intervention is just as bad for big companies as it is for small companies. In fact, it can be worse.

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