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How long did it take for the US’ sub-prime meltdown to send your portfolio skidding? The US housing market topped out in 2006, or even ..read more
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As I write this, the US dollar gold price is a few bucks under US$1,500. Last week I mentioned that gold would fall into the US$1,500–20 ..read more
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Fresh from his trip Down Under, Jim’s analysis starts with his tour of the ABC Bullion refinery. However, the key part of this week’s ..read more
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Here’s your controversial opinion for the day: The Aussie property bubble is back. And it’s going to be bigger than before. I know. ..read more
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The financial panic of 2008 is often blamed on greedy bankers and lax US regulations. The latter mixed with the former then allowed a mix ..read more
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‘The cheapest supply house on earth’, the catalogue declared in 1894. That statement was the title of the US’ very first mail order ..read more
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Today, I want to update you on the slow-motion train wreck that is the Aussie economy. Huh? ‘Record standard of living as our income ..read more
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I have the attention span of a stapler this morning. Sure, that’s probably not what you want to hear from your daily investment writer ..read more
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Precious metals have a long history of being used as money. The Roman Empire formalised the first gold standard…because of the silver ..read more
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It’s possibly the most exciting week of the year for me. There’s a massive data dump rolling through my inbox this week. So far, the ..read more

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