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Most investment gurus would have you believe that you need to trade a lot and own a lot of securities to become wealthy. But is this really true? The analysts from Casey Research proof this is not the case, they give a clear example that one very well-informed investment decision per decade is all you […]

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I haven’t been posting a lot on my blog lately, because I didn’t really know what to write about. This may change as I’m planning to post some more about economic related news, not the typical mainstream stories but the more juicy bits and fascinating contrarian views. One of the interviews I enjoyed reading today […]

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A German company named TG-Gold-Super-Markt.de plans to set up 500 gold-dispensing ATMs in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Each of these machines will dispense 1g, 5g and 10g gold bars made by Belgian precious metal recycling company Umicore as well as the popular South African 1 oz Krugerrand gold coin. “In absolute numbers, the demand for […]

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When I wake up and start working one of the first things I do is read some sites, forums and blogs to get up to date. One of the many things I check a couple of times a day is the EUR/USD currency exchange rate to see where it’s heading. Over the last couple of […]

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Ten months ago financial newspaper De Tijd published a list of the favorite Belgian stocks for 2008. The journalists contacted sixteen analysts and compiled a top ten list. The year is far from over but lets have some fun and see how bad (or well?) these tenĀ stocks did since the start of the year (excl. […]

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