How German Fear of Inflation Could Lead to the Greatest Deflationary Shock in History

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Nick Hubble

Learn how the German fear of Inflation could lead to the greatest deflationary shock in history. German plan to prevent…

Time in The Market Versus Timing The Market — Gold Mining Stocks

My personal Sherpa out was gold. As well as gold mining stocks. But not without some steep learning curves. The…

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It All Began That Weekend of April 2013 — Gold Mining Stocks Journey

It was the second week of April when the gold price fell more than US$200/oz in a matter of three…

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Going for the Overdose — Stimulus Reopening the Economy

Too much stimulus could quickly be corrected by the Fed through rate increases. The too little stimulus might put the…

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De Grey Mining Share Price Higher on Drilling Results (ASX:DEG)

The De Grey Mining [ASX:DEG] share price is up 2.1% today. At time of writing, shares are trading at $1.22…

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The Fed is Always Guessing — Explosion of Debt and Money Supply

What was the Fed to make of this explosion of debt and money supply? Both were part of the environment…

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The Distorted World of Prices

Finance is a mirror to society, a medium through which all human activity that makes up a complex economy can…

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Did a Gym Membership Cost You a Pay Rise? — Wage Growth Hindrance

Another thing hindering wage growth, is that incentives as opposed to higher salaries are on the table. Perks like gym…

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Welcome to the Catastrophe Surge — When Inflation Emerges

The central bankers have kept property prices rising by cutting interest rates each time the economy and property prices wobbled.…

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How Low Will Rates Go? — RBA Announcements on Cash Rates

Our mates down at the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) met earlier in the week to decide our fate. Australia’s…

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