There's plenty of food for thought below, but only 2013 and beyond can tell us what will really happen.
See what you think!
Here's to a great new year for you.
Editor, Daily Reckoning Weekend Edition
The Interest Rate Banana and Time Travelling Central Bankers
Find out how the Australian Bureau of Statistics saved the Australian economy.
Priming Your Investment Returns
Does your personal well being have an effect on your investment returns? Yes, and here's what to do about it.
How Three Emerging 'Money Trends' Can Pay for Every Single Day of Your Retirement
Stop taking any more big risks with your nest egg.
Zombies and Fireworks Aren't Real
You need to snap out of the zombie mentality and realise what's really going on.
Australia's Subprime Borrowers Get NINJAD
Australia's secret sub-prime scandal. The borrowers with no income, no job, no assets and no documents.
The Fuse Is Lit
How to survive the implosion of the Australian economy in 2013.
Why Owning Gold Is Twice As Profitable As Stealing It
Which is the bigger heist? Stealing $653,000 worth of gold, or stealing $1,367,000 worth of purchasing power?
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