Peter Gold

FTSE drops below 6,000 - what should you do?

07 Jan 2016 @ 13:46
The FTSE 100 has fallen below 6,000 for the first time since the start of 2013. What does this mean for you as an investor? Should you be worried? What can you do about it? As an investor this means a potentially bumpy road ahead, but there’s no reason for it to also be stressful […]
 

Silver - Has Winter Finally Broken?

03 Sep 2015 @ 10:41
The gold-silver ratio is the valuation of the two precious metals in relation to each other, and can provide an indication of the maturity of a bull or bear cycle in these markets. Market tops for gold and silver are typically accompanied by low gold-silver ratios [silver outpacing gold to the upside], and market bottoms […]
 

Bank of England versus US Federal Reserve

20 Jul 2015 @ 08:55
After the financial meltdown of 2008 the majority of global central banks have slashed interest rates to near zero in addition to unprecedented stimulus plans guided by hope to revive their economies. In 2014 the British economy had a terrific start to the year and economists as well as forex traders were convinced that the […]
 

What’s in Store for the Canadian Dollar?

16 Jul 2015 @ 11:05
The Bank of Canada decided to cut interest rates by 25 basis points yesterday to 0.50%. This move was widely expected by economists who were surveyed on the matter and the Canadian Dollar quickly shed roughly 200 pips as forex traders were adjusting their positions. The Canadian economy, which is heavily dependent on commodity exports, […]
 

EURUSD July 13th 2015 – July 17th 2015 Fundamental Need-to-Know

15 Jul 2015 @ 09:27
On Monday, July 13th 2015 the announcement of a third Greek bailout initially rallied the Euro, but the optimism was short lived as many doubts and obstacles remain. Over the next few weeks the Greek situation will continue to be front and center. Greek Prime Minister Tsipras needs to convince the Greek people to accept […]
 

Quantitative Easing - Coming to an end?

16 Oct 2014 @ 12:16
What is QE? Quantitative easing helped increase the flow of money supply into the equities markets by providing large financial institutions with capital in an effort to promote lending and liquidity, thus increasing a confidence level within the financial markets. Quantitative easing is generally applied when short-term interest rates are at or fast approaching zero. […]
 

Bitcoin's journey to the Silk Road via the South Seas on the HMS Tulip

14 Feb 2014 @ 07:22
This has been a week Bitcoin advocates would probably rather forget. At the start of the month 1 bitcoin would set you back about $960. Today it will cost you $422. What the hell happened? Back on Monday (10 Feb) we saw prominent exchange MT Gox halt trading and stop withdrawals of bitcoins. Then Bitstamp, […]
 

Machikado Keiki – the Economic Girl Band

26 Jun 2013 @ 08:44
Incisive, honest and essential, Clem Chambers’ 101 Ways to Pick Stock Market Winners is the Amazon-bestselling investing guide for all future market millionaires Japan has many popular idol bands such SMAP, Morning Musume and AKB48.  Most of these bands sing about love and school life, so to have a band that sings about the economy […]
 

How to Become a Stock Market Winner

02 Sep 2012 @ 01:01
“As complex as it might seem, the market is merely a case of “people acting like people” — with all their fears, enthusiasms, prejudices, stupidity and wisdom. Together, we create prices. We are the market.” In this exclusive extract from his latest book Lessons From The Trader Wizard Bill Cara, the Trader Wizard and Free […]
 

Will Apple Maintain Their Incredible Success?

02 Sep 2012 @ 01:01
A key question  for Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) shareholders relates to its extremely high earnings per share (currently $41.02).  Investors have been able to ignore this warning sign because the company has maintained the popularity of its products, whilst generating new revenue streams and product lines.  The question is: how long will Apple sustain its earning levels? […]
 
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